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NewsDay, The Week in Picture: November 8 – 16

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NewsDay gives you this week in pictures.

Rumbidzai Makumbe, from Gombakomba village in Zimunya, has lived with severe eczema since childhood. Here she displays a picture of her (left) and her older brother when they were young. Picture: Cynthia R Matonhodze
Rumbidzai Makumbe, from Gombakomba village in Zimunya, has lived with severe eczema since childhood. Here she displays a picture of her (left) and her older brother when they were young. Picture: Cynthia R Matonhodze
An unidentified street vendor selling trap cages for rats along Kwame Nkrumah in Harare yesterday. Picture: Hardlife Samuwi
An unidentified street vendor selling trap cages for rats along Kwame Nkrumah in Harare yesterday. Picture: Hardlife Samuwi
Malawian bound...An overloaded truck in transit to Malawi. This has become a common sight in the   CBD of Harare. Picture: Hilary Maradzika
Malawian bound…An overloaded truck in transit to Malawi. This has become a common sight in the CBD of Harare. Picture: Hilary Maradzika
Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa second from left and   Export-Import  Bank of China vice governor  Zhu Hongjie sign the $320 million preferential loan agreement. Picture: Hilaey Maradzika
Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa second from left and Export-Import Bank of China vice governor Zhu Hongjie sign the $320 million preferential loan agreement. Picture: Hilaey Maradzika
Some of the commissioned Graders from China which were presented to the Minister of Transport and Infrastructual Development Obert Mpofu parked just across the road from Harare Showgrounds this week. Picture: Hilary Maradzika
Some of the commissioned Graders from China which were presented to the Minister of Transport and Infrastructual Development Obert Mpofu parked just across the road from Harare Showgrounds this week. Picture: Hilary Maradzika
Street vendors arrange their vegetables and wild fruits on the pavement along Chinhoyi Street in Harare recently. Picture: Hardlife Samuwi
Street vendors arrange their vegetables and wild fruits on the pavement along Chinhoyi Street in Harare recently. Picture: Hardlife Samuwi
Referee Bekezela Makeka flashes a red card at Triangle goalkeeper Brighton Chipula for time-wasting as Triangle players protest at Barbour Fields Staium this week.
Referee Bekezela Makeka flashes a red card at Triangle goalkeeper Brighton Chipula for time-wasting as Triangle players protest at Barbour Fields Staium this week.
Health hazard...A boy goes through garbage  in Chitungwiza recently. Picture: Hilary Maradzika
Health hazard…A boy goes through garbage in Chitungwiza recently. Picture: Hilary Maradzika

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