SOME of the victims of the Airport Road demolitions are enduring the rains as they sleep outside their former homes, while also falling victim to thieves, who stole some of their property after their houses were razed down on Tuesday.
STRANDED: A man stands next to his property, seemingly pondering the next move after his, and more than a dozen other houses, built near the Airport Road, were demolished by the Harare City Council on Tuesday. Pic Shepherd Tozvireva
HANGING DRY: A woman dries her baby’s clothes on a tree after her house was demolished last week. Pic Shepherd Tozvireva
BUSINESS CHANCE: A man who hires out his cart to people transporting their goods, waits for potential hire by some of the victims of the Airport Road demolitions that took place last week. Pic Shepherd Tozvireva
BUSINESS AS UNUSUAL: After the destruction of the tuckshop last week, , the owner has continued trading , albeit in the open.Pic Shepherd Tozvireva1
Left with nowhere to go after the demolition of their house, this family has built a makeshift shelter to protect themselves and their property from the rain