NewsDay Week in Pictures: May 13 to 17, 2013

NewsDay gives you the week in pictures.

A police officer shouts at a crowd of people gathered to register to vote at Mwanandishe primary school on Monday

A police officer shouts at a crowd of people gathered to register to vote at Mwanandishe primary school on Monday

A registration officer goes throught the voter registry at Mwanandishe primary school in Mabvuku on Monday. Picture by Aaron Ufumeli

A registration officer goes throught the voter registry at Mwanandishe primary school in Mabvuku on Monday. Picture by Aaron Ufumeli

Clothing retailer Number 1 stores opened a new branch in Julius Nyerere Way in Harare on Tuesday. Picture by Aaron Ufumeli

Clothing retailer Number 1 stores opened a new branch in Julius Nyerere Way in Harare on Tuesday. Picture by Aaron Ufumeli

Some of the members of Zimbabwe Association of Female Photographer pose for a picture at their launch exhibition entitled Shutter Opener held on Tuesday in Newlands.

Some of the members of Zimbabwe Association of Female Photographer pose for a picture at their launch exhibition entitled Shutter Opener held on Tuesday in Newlands.

What was left of Liebenburg High School after it caught fire in unclear circumstances in Chivhu on Wednesday. Picture by Hilary Maradzika

What was left of Liebenburg High School after it caught fire in unclear circumstances in Chivhu on Wednesday. Picture by Hilary Maradzika

WElcome back... Solomon Madzore (in black  jacket) leads the youth to chant party slogan soon after his arrival from Bindura  at party offices  on Wednesday in Harare Pc Hardlife  Samuwi -

WElcome back… Solomon Madzore (in black jacket) leads the youth to chant party slogan soon after his arrival from Bindura at party offices on Wednesday in Harare Pc Hardlife Samuwi –

President Robert Mugabe and Vice President Joyce Mujuru take a look at foods on display before officially launching the Food and Nutrition Security Policy at the HICC on Thursday. Picture by Aaron Ufumeli

President Robert Mugabe and Vice President Joyce Mujuru take a look at foods on display before officially launching the Food and Nutrition Security Policy at the HICC on Thursday. Picture by Aaron Ufumeli

Alpha Media Holdings Chairman Trevor Ncube addressing a policy dialogue on media freedom at Sapes Trust in Harare on Thursday. Pictures by Hillary Maradzika

Alpha Media Holdings Chairman Trevor Ncube addressing a policy dialogue on media freedom at Sapes Trust in Harare on Thursday. Pictures by Hillary Maradzika

Members of the Air Force of Zimbabwe traditional dance troupe go through their paces at the launch of the Food and Nutrition Security Policy at the HICC on Thursday. Picture by Aaron Ufumeli

Members of the Air Force of Zimbabwe traditional dance troupe go through their paces at the launch of the Food and Nutrition Security Policy at the HICC on Thursday. Picture by Aaron Ufumeli

MD-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai dances while his wife Elizabeth looks on at the MD-T policy conference on Friday. Picture by Hilary Maradzika

MD-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai dances while his wife Elizabeth looks on at the MD-T policy conference on Friday. Picture by Hilary Maradzika

Delegates at the MDC-T policy conference on Friday

Delegates at the MDC-T policy conference on Friday . Picture by Hilary Maradzika

Picture compilation Cynthia R Matonhodze/ Tapiwa Zivira

23 Responses to NewsDay Week in Pictures: May 13 to 17, 2013

  1. Major May 18, 2013 at 8:13 am #

    mdc-t a party of excellence: hands up for the launch of the policy conference

    • Senzeni Bo May 19, 2013 at 9:27 am #

      Excellency? How? Please explain?

      • Morgan Freeman May 19, 2013 at 1:41 pm #

        Zvanzi excellence not excellency. If you can’t read and write properly go back to school.

  2. Cde Kereke May 18, 2013 at 8:45 am #

    mdc ngaibhaniwe vanhu ngavauraiwe ava mhani vaMugabe tipei pfuti tipedzise vanhu ava.

    • fred May 18, 2013 at 9:38 am #

      ZPF ndeye ropa zvechokwadi.

    • bambo May 18, 2013 at 5:06 pm #

      Wanwa mapritsi ako here nhasi?

  3. Butthead May 18, 2013 at 10:04 am #

    tambai kani vaChematama!!!!

  4. mushandi May 18, 2013 at 10:08 am #

    mdc ndizvo. Zanu kana mashuvira ropa revanhu bayanai pachenyu

  5. @Cde Kereke, you are a sadist. A person who enjoys inflicting pain on other people. The fundis say sadism is inherently satanism ! So are you a disciple of the devil or his High Priest ? Perhaps if your daughters are raped, your sons sodomised, and your mother forced to do a ‘blow job’ on a stranger you will understand and appreciate what pain and psychological trauma is. Repent ! Tiri malodger panyika ino – seri kweguva hakuna munamato !

  6. @Cde Kereke, you are a sadist. A person who enjoys inflicting pain on other people. The fundis say sadism is inherently satanism ! So are you a disciple of the devil or his High Priest ? Perhaps if your daughters are raped, your sons sodomised, and your mother forced to do a ‘blow job’ on a stranger you will understand and appreciate what pain and psychological trauma is. Repent ! Tiri malodger panyika ino – seri kweguva hakuna munamato !!!!!

  7. Gende mupoto May 18, 2013 at 10:33 am #

    Cde tekere , you are an idiot that i have never seen. Unoda pfuti yekudii , uraya ne banga zve! That is the problem of idiots zanu pf uneducated followers, u always thing that the gun operating training was closed when you got trained. You will be surprised if you try to do that.

  8. maone May 18, 2013 at 10:55 am #

    Wel done the party of exllence there z no better than now.Dr R.M Tsvangirai remind yo team always we now focusing on getting into gvt.So these conferences are undoubtedly of paramount importance.Also ensure every leader z focused on the presidential race everything else will come in place.There are some of us who are for selfish interests you hear so and so has been suspended for no genuine reasons.No no we need everyone as we go for the watershed

  9. jojo May 18, 2013 at 11:04 am #

    SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    TSVANGIRAI FOR PRESIDENT

    ZVINODADISA

  10. zimbabwean May 18, 2013 at 11:59 am #

    U-umm mupurisa ano zhambeiko uyo. More registration officers please!

  11. Jamengweni Godonga May 18, 2013 at 12:01 pm #

    Hawu Kereke, lalamhla lilokhu lifisa ukubulala? Ngoba kutheni? Let people dance if they feel like it and do your pungwes with noone stopping you. It is democratic to accept someone else’s choice. May the God of grace have mercy on you so that you see light.

  12. Rusvingo May 18, 2013 at 12:12 pm #

    After the MDC-T policy conference we anticipate to hear simple, yet powerful and practical policy frameworks to take the country forward. ZANU PF should convene the same and expound their policy philosophy. The same applies to other small parties. At the end of the day, we Zimbabweans should review these policies and choose the ones that we feel are feasible, viable, practical and appropriate given our circumstances and where we want to go.

    Cde Kereke, the war has certainly moved from guns to policies. The President will definitely disown you, because whilst he is calling for peaceful harmonized elections based on well-articulated policies you are itching to spill human blood…God help us!

  13. Vusa May 18, 2013 at 1:34 pm #

    Mugabe and Tsangirai meet every Monday. Do they kill each other?

  14. mwana weZanu pf May 18, 2013 at 2:06 pm #

    vaudzeyi vavhotere paMasvingo hondo hatidi period

  15. Magaso May 18, 2013 at 2:17 pm #

    Vakaregererana vakazvíita vari muoffice vachinwa mucup imwe.They left us on the cold after we hae killed one another 2008.Where two elephants fight it is the grass whch suffers. Ndatidzidze vana veZimbabwe tisashandiswa politics hadzitambike isu varombo tisipo sei vasingaende kumadhero dhero kuita toyi toyi. Kuvarombo kumaruva mapurazi nemigodhi ndiko kwemhirizhonga.Vechidiki this our time to climb up the ladder mumisango iripo yacho titaudzane tigadzire nyika.Musatukana munovapa mukana yekutishandisa let them not divide us we remain same Zimbabwean b4 and after who ever leader next gvt..

  16. Ralph May 18, 2013 at 2:30 pm #

    I wish if presidents were voted into power based on the number of votes on national policies. lest move away from voting for a person and start voting for a policy. the party that has the winning policy should lead the country. we are tired of this vote for Mugabe, vote for Dr. Tsvangirai issue. If we go that way I am sure that will be the end of Zanu.

  17. TICHARWA May 18, 2013 at 6:14 pm #

    unopenga MDC hapana anoibhana,Chinja

  18. chatunga May 18, 2013 at 7:17 pm #

    zviroto zviroto kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk ndeyeropa iyi.neva it wil happen in our motherland. mamuona here tsvangirai nehure rake.kushaya hunhu.no leadership qualities at all

  19. Zim Side May 19, 2013 at 10:12 pm #

    kereke , you are mad. Do u think we can all be bootlickers. Idiot.

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