NewsDay, The Week In Pictures: September 20 – 27

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NewsDay gives you this week in pictures.

SUMMER TIME...Shorai Chakombera sells swimming floats along Borrowdale Road in Harare. Picture: Hardlife Samuwi
SUMMER TIME…Shorai Chakombera sells swimming floats along Borrowdale Road in Harare. Picture: Hardlife Samuwi
It's that time of the year again...Women walk past blooming Jacaranda trees along Josiah Tongogara avenue this week. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
It’s that time of the year again…Women walk past blooming Jacaranda trees along Josiah Tongogara avenue this week. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
RICHMAN POORMAN...These squatters are next to the leafy surburb of Gunhill in Harare. Piture: Hardlife Samuwi
RICHMAN POORMAN…These squatters are next to the leafy surburb of Gunhill in Harare. Piture: Hardlife Samuwi
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai addresses some of the freed Glen View police murder suspects at the party's headquarters on Tuesday. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai addresses some of the freed Glen View police murder suspects at the party’s headquarters on Tuesday. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
Sithembile Nyoni (left) addresses delegates while Mike Bimha follows proceeds  during a Steward Bank breakfast meeting held at the Rainbow Towers this week. Picture: Hilary Maradzika
Sithembile Nyoni (left) addresses delegates while Mike Bimha follows proceeds during a Steward Bank breakfast meeting held at the Rainbow Towers this week. Picture: Hilary Maradzika
Federation International Automobile President  Thierry Willemarck (left) hands over a defensive driver certificate to Andrew Muradza during the Commuter Ominbus Driving Standard for passenger Safety workshop.
Federation International Automobile President Thierry Willemarck (left) hands over a defensive driver certificate to Andrew Muradza during the Commuter Ominbus Driving Standard for passenger Safety workshop.
City of Harare employees working on water clarifiers this week. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
City of Harare employees working on water clarifiers this week. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
A commuter omnibus drives past a new booster that was recently put up just at the edge of Rotten Row.
A commuter omnibus drives past a new booster that was recently put up just at the edge of Rotten Row.

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    • GOOD ADVICE: Do something for yourself, for your family. Don’t waste your time talking politics while others are enjoying their lives with money without politics. See how this Zimbabwean poor woman became a millionaire just by buying and selling solar panels to the people in rural areas/villages so they can have electricity easily and very cheap. Very interesting. Go to SOLARTECH [dot] CO, not [dot] com, to see the methods and companies she was using. SOLARTECH [dot] CO, not [dot] com. Wake up Africans.

  1. Picture yeGunhill neSquatter camp ndoyandipedza but you will then hear kuti a certain man then left his Gunhill residence to shag his smallhouse in the squatter camp, if not to live there.

    • Imikhukhu yase Mzansi ingcono ngempela. Lizelehlulwe yikwakha imikhukhu ebukekayo bantu? Yimihlolo yeyeni bantu!!

    • shagging haina residence bhururu.It is the mindset.Kana mukadzi achingopopota popota.Achiratidza kushaya hanya nemurume anosiiwa.Muface anoshuga zvake vane rudo iye osara muGunhill make imomo

  2. who allowed those squatters to live there? how do they survive? it seems as though there is no water & electricity supplies. wil they b removed?

  3. Looking at that squatter camp picture, am compelled to ask this question, DOES GOD FAVOUR PEOPLE OVER OTHERS? Some people are filthy rich and others are extremely poor but we have one merciful heavenly father. Is it fair, for a parent who have, say, 3 kids and every time he comes from work he brings sweets for one child and the others dont get any? Our lord is merciful but i want any answer.

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