The week in pictures

From left: Former Zanu PF legislator Temba Mliswa, Youth Advocacy for Electoral Democracy finance secretary Zadzisai Mavesere and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights communications officer Kumbirai Mafunda during a prayer meeting for missing journalist and human rights activist Itai Dzamara at Africa Unity Square yesterday
From left: Former Zanu PF legislator Temba Mliswa, Youth Advocacy for Electoral Democracy finance secretary Zadzisai Mavesere and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights communications officer Kumbirai Mafunda during a prayer meeting for missing journalist and human rights activist Itai Dzamara at Africa Unity Square yesterday
Some white commercial farmers attended the Night Of Turnaround 4 held by Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader Walter Magaya at the church’s headquarters in Waterfalls, Harare, on Friday
Some white commercial farmers attended the Night Of Turnaround 4 held by Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader Walter Magaya at the church’s headquarters in Waterfalls, Harare, on Friday
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Dicing with death . . . Touts hang precariously at the back of a moving pirate taxi along Julius Nyerere Way in Harare on Monday
Revellers at the Castle Lite Extra Cold party at Newlands Shopping Centre in Harare on Saturday
Revellers at the Castle Lite Extra Cold party at Newlands Shopping Centre in Harare on Saturday
Some of the delegates who attended the Child-Sensitive Social Policies International Conference in Harare last week
Some of the delegates who attended the Child-Sensitive Social Policies International Conference in Harare last week
A man walks past a shop at the corner of First Street  and Kwame Nkrumah Avenue whose display window  was allegedly shattered by vendors who had running battles with Harare municipal police yesterday
A man walks past a shop at the corner of First Street and Kwame Nkrumah Avenue whose display window was allegedly shattered by vendors who had running battles with Harare municipal police yesterday
ZRP and ZBC licence officers check a motor vehicle for a ZBC car radio licence along Cripps Road in Harare recently
ZRP and ZBC licence officers check a motor vehicle for a ZBC car radio licence along Cripps Road in Harare recently
Edward Karembo and his wife Mercy Rabvukwa stand at what was once their house in Harare South after it was destroyed by members of a  rival housing co-operative recently
Edward Karembo and his wife Mercy Rabvukwa stand at what was once their house in Harare South after it was destroyed by members of a rival housing co-operative recently

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