PHOTOS: The Christmas festivities

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PHOTOS: The Christmas festivities One for the dinner pot . . . Mr Moses Mukange carries a goat he sold at US$60 to a customer's vehicle at the popular Mbudzi roundabout in Harare on christmas eve - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

The Sunday Mail

Sunday Mail Visual Team captured the mood and hype, before and after Christmas Day.

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING

One for the dinner pot . . . Mr Moses Mukange carries a goat he sold at US$60 to a customer's vehicle at the popular Mbudzi roundabout in Harare on christmas eve - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

One for the dinner pot . . . Mr Moses Mukange carries a goat he sold at US$60 to a customer’s vehicle at the popular Mbudzi roundabout in Harare on christmas eve – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

These unidentified girls were photographed doing their Christmas Shopping in a clothing shop in Harare last week - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

These unidentified girls were photographed doing their Christmas Shopping in a clothing shop in Harare last week – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Clothing shops in Harare were kept busy by customers shopping for Christmas. In the picture an unidentified boy assists her mother to select the best outfit. - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Clothing shops in Harare were kept busy by customers shopping for Christmas. In the picture an unidentified boy assists her mother to select the best outfit. – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

This camera shy woman leads the way out of Irvine farm after buying chickens for christmas. The chickens were being sold at between us$5 and us$10 each - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

This camera shy woman leads the way out of Irvine farm after buying chickens for christmas. The chickens were being sold at between us$5 and us$10 each – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Festival Preparations . . .Mrs Anna Chitendere carrying some chicken she bought from Irvines farm at between US$5 and US$10 in Harare a day before Christmas - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Festival Preparations . . .Mrs Anna Chitendere carrying some chicken she bought from Irvines farm at between US$5 and US$10 in Harare a day before Christmas – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

An unidentified woman walks home from Irvines farm after buying a chicken on christmas eve – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

An unidentified woman walks home from Irvines farm after buying a chicken on christmas eve – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Mrs Pennia Mukange negotiates the price for a goat with a customer Mrs Tambudzai Mazivamhandu at the Popular Mbudzi traffic circle in Harare on christmas eve – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Mrs Pennia Mukange negotiates the price for a goat with a customer Mrs Tambudzai Mazivamhandu at the Popular Mbudzi traffic circle in Harare on Christmas eve – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT

Christmas 2015 (17)

Gijima family relax at Long Cheng Amusement Park in Harare on Christmas day.

Gijima family relax at Long Cheng Amusement Park in Harare on Christmas day.

People at Long Cheng on Christmas day - Picture by Justin Mutenda

People at Long Cheng on Christmas day – Picture by Justin Mutenda

Children enjoy jumping castle at Long Cheng Plaza in Harare on Christmas day.

Children enjoy jumping castle at Long Cheng Plaza in Harare on Christmas day.

CHRISTMAS TRAVELLING

Hundreds of people travelling to their rural homes were hiking at a Traffic circle near the popular Mbudzi Market in Harare last week – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Hundreds of people travelling to their rural homes were hiking at a Traffic circle near the popular Mbudzi Market in Harare last week – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Hiking along all highways going out of Harare was the order of the the week as travelers rush to board buses and private vehicles to their different destinations across the country. In the picture these people were waiting for transport near Mbudzi roundabout -Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Hiking along all highways going out of Harare was the order of the the week as travelers rush to board buses and private vehicles to their different destinations across the country. In the picture these people were waiting for transport near Mbudzi roundabout -Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

These people were hiking at the Mbudzi traffic circle. Transport operators had brisk business last week carring travellers to their rural homes for christmas holiday - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

These people were hiking at the Mbudzi traffic circle. Transport operators had brisk business last week carring travellers to their rural homes for christmas holiday – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

CHRISTMAS BIRTHS

Mrs Egness Ncube photographed with her two twin girls Nonhlanhla (asleep) and Nontobeko Manama born on Christmas Day at Chitungwiza Hospital - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Mrs Egness Ncube photographed with her two twin girls Nonhlanhla (asleep) and Nontobeko Manama born on Christmas Day at Chitungwiza Hospital – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Bundles of joy . . .Mrs Benadette Muguza(left),Conastancia Chitiga(centre) and Memory Mutazu holding their babies Alicia Matimba,Makanakaishe Tambayi and Devine Mutandwa born on Christmas day at Harare Hospital – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Bundles of joy . . .Mrs Benadette Muguza(left),Conastancia Chitiga(centre) and Memory Mutazu holding their babies Alicia Matimba,Makanakaishe Tambayi and Devine Mutandwa born on Christmas day at Harare Hospital – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Mrs Tabeth Tembo sits in a car with her baby Emmanuel born on Christmas day at Chitungwiza Hospital - Picture by Kudakwashe hunda

Mrs Tabeth Tembo sits in a car with her baby Emmanuel born on Christmas day at Chitungwiza Hospital – Picture by Kudakwashe hunda

Mrs Mary Pawanza (left) and Mrs Sharity Mheyamwa share a lighter moment while holding their babies Ebenezer and Tawananyasha born at Harare Hospital on Christmas Day - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Mrs Mary Pawanza (left) and Mrs Sharity Mheyamwa share a lighter moment while holding their babies Ebenezer and Tawananyasha born at Harare Hospital on Christmas Day – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

 

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