#AMHVoices : Exclusive pictures from our readers

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A reader says: "This is my home area. The road looks like this from Nyabadza to Watsomba.

You too have a chance to become a citizen journalist and be awarded for it.

Do you have a picture, story, audio or video that you think will make an impact in your community? We want to give you a voice on our websites. The Whatsapp number is +263 773 245 709. We would like to publish your photo, your audio and video. We already have overwhelming citizen journalism coming our way and we are loving it.

Every month a team of selectors will award prizes for the best story, picture, audio and video. And we would like to give you an opportunity to be part of our team.

Your stories and images will be on our websites under the section AMHVoices.

Be the reporter and tell your on story.

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A reader says: "This is my home area. The road looks like this from Nyabadza to Watsomba.
A reader says: “This is my home area. The road is heavily damaged  between Nyabadza and  Watsomba.” Lazarus Muzawaza , who sent us the picture, said passengers occasionally get off the bus  to allow the driver to negotiate the rough terrain without the risk of the bus overturning

A reader captured police officers turning a blind eye on vehicles picking up passengers at a prohibited point near the 'Mbudzi' roundabout along Masvingo Road
A reader captured police officers talking to a fruit vendor while vehicles pick up passengers at a prohibited point near the ‘Mbudzi’ roundabout along Masvingo Road

 

 

Some of the vehicles imported from the United Kingdom and Japan waiting for customs clearance at the Victoria Falls Border Post
Some of the vehicles imported from the United Kingdom and Japan waiting for customs clearance at the Victoria Falls Border Post
Municipal police cars flank a commuter omnibus sometime late last year in Harare City Centre.
Municipal police cars flank a commuter omnibus sometime late last year in Harare City Centre.
Kuzivakwashe and Kingston Junior Mvundura relaxing at home
Kuzivakwashe and Kingston Junior Mvundura relaxing at home
I want to thank the Kwekwe Vehicle Inspectorate Department for their operation against pirate taxis. However, the war is not yet over.
I want to thank the Kwekwe Vehicle Inspectorate Department for their operation against pirate taxis. However, the war is not yet over.
This could provide a little too much wind than the driver and passengers need. A vehicle with a broken rear windshield travels along the Harare- Mutoko highway.
This broken rear windshield  could provide a little too much wind than the driver and passengers need. This vehicle was captured by our citizen journalist a along the Harare- Mutoko road. Picture by Roseworth Jani

 

 

We have received another image of the wreckage of the helicopter that crashed last week in Gwanda.
We have received another image of the wreckage of the helicopter that crashed last week in Gwanda killing Beitbridge tycoon Christian Malila Ndou

 

A reader sent us this interesting photo of a pothole that he says looks like a human foot.
Solomon Miti sent us this interesting photo of a pothole that he says looks like a human foot. It is an amazing Zimbabwean spirit to find humour in our problems.

 

MESSAGES

  • GREAT Zimbabweans, I am reporting from Bulawayo. I would like to ask about traffic police officers who are using their private vehicles when manning roadblocks. My question is, where do they get the fuel to use for these vehicles. Is this lawful? Thank you
  • I AM grateful to write to you via this platform. My area, Zaka North, is behind in terms of service delivery. We travel long distances to the nearest clinic and the road network is bad.
  • WHEN will the suffering end for Zisco Steel workers?  They love their jobs even though the employer seems not not care. They go to work even though they have not received salaries for a long time. Is this what they call looking for hope on hopeless ground? Now their children no longer go to school but their employer owes them thousands of dollars. They last received 40 dollars in December. Only God knows how they have been surviving. Is there any society to look at, one wonders. Now it has struck again, (the workers have been told there will be) no water until they have paid your (water) debts. Some people enjoy to see others suffer. If this is a season, what kind of a season is it that does not pass. Now the people drink water ‘straight’ from Kwekwe river . As others drink mineral water in their meetings, people in Torwood are going to the river to drink water from the same source as donkeys. When will the suffering end?  By Tian D

 

 

4 COMMENTS

  1. Munhu wese anoenda kubasa nemota yake anopiwa fuel here? Siyanai nemapurisa they are doing their duties and use their transport allowances to get to work hapana chakaipa apa. We all drive to work using our salaries saka zvashamisa nekuti mapurisa.

  2. asi nishi uri mpurisa or utori vamwe vevari kutaurwa ava wakambozvionepi kuita road block nemotikari isina blue beacon hindaa wakapusa semwana wen’anga iwe kwaaaan.mbavha idzi dzichandotongwa kudenga chupeti kudya mari dzevanhu mahara

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