2017-01-30 newsday 10 most powerful pictures this week By newsday - January 30, 2017 Trafic police man a roadbolck in Norton on Thursday. This image has since gone viral on social media, with Zimbabweans expressing concern over the increasing number of roadblocks.ZRP is reportedly targeting to raise $59m from roadblock fines this year. Pic Shepherd Tozvireva PATCH, PATCH, PATCH… Harare City Council workers patch up part of Seke Road near Sunningdale. Government has declared the state of the country’s road a disaster. CROSSING DANGEROUSLY A motorists drives through a battered bridge in Braeside, Harare. Zimbabwe’s roads -which have been neglected for decades- have come under intense scrutiny this rain season. Pic Aaron Ufumeli Harare City Council security, with help of the Zimbabwe Republic Police force food vendors out of Harare Central Business District. The removal of food vendors – which had been sanctioned by the council with blessings from the health ministry in response to a typhoid outbreak in the city- has since been stopped by the High Court. Pic Shepherd Tozvireva A vendor sells his wares at Mbare Musika bust terminus. President Robert Mugabe’s failed economic policies have rendered millions of Zimbabweans unemployed, with many of them resorting to vending for survival. But it is not easy being a vendor as council and police officials engage use all forms of force – often brute- to wipe out the ‘illegal vendors’ .Pic Aaron Ufumeli A part of Mbare Musika after the Harare City council carried out a clean up exercise following an outcry over the accumulation of uncollected refuse at the country’s biggest vegetable market.Pic Aaron Ufumeli Warriors coach Kallisto Pasuwa wipes his face after his national football team arrived in Zimbabwe from the Africa Cup of Nations where the Warriors were knocked out in the first round of the tournament HEALTH HAZARD . . . Raw sewage flows from a burst sewer pipe on in Manyame Park, Chitungwiza Vagrants pick recyclable items from bins at the car park near Mbare Farmers’ Market. They resell the items to recycling companies. WINNER Musician Leonard Zhakata displays the three awards he won after three songs from his last album, Mutungadzose, made it to the top three of the annual Radio Zimbabwe Top 50 charts. The awards marked a return of the veteran musician to the limelight after years of hibernation. Pic Aaron Ufumeli Related posts: 7 Chiadzwa security guards arrested over fatal assaultTsvangirai: Hated in life, idolised in deathForestry Commission urges citizens to plant treesTeachers demand 100% salary hikePatients bear the brunt of doctors’ strikeMosque blasts kill at least 27 in northeast Nigeria 21 Comments Amanda January 30, 2017 at 10:31 am Great stuff indeed Reply chapwati January 30, 2017 at 10:43 am zim will never be collony again Reply chapwaz January 30, 2017 at 11:35 am no it wont! there is nothing left……. Reply Sabistar January 30, 2017 at 1:04 pm It was handed over in great shape in 1980 and look at it now…Who in their right minds wants to colonise this heap of shit! Reply Methly January 30, 2017 at 10:46 am Chitungwiza council must attend to that sewage as soon as possible before a disaster breaks out, they must value people’s lives …. Reply Methly January 30, 2017 at 10:48 am Chitungwiza council should attend to that sewage before a disaster happens, they must value people’s lives, lets keep our country clean and health Reply Enos Mariwowo January 30, 2017 at 11:18 am the police must ask us to kindly to donate to whatever they are fundraising for, instead of manning countless and useless roadblock on roads filled with potholes . Reply Lord J January 30, 2017 at 12:04 pm disaster is about to happen fix the problem fast time is ticking! Reply the Onlooker January 30, 2017 at 12:34 pm Aaron Ufumeli mudara wevadhara thanx for the good work. your pic on the bridge needs no more words. Reply Savanchy January 30, 2017 at 12:49 pm Mapurisa ayo unogona kufunga kuti parikuda kurohwa free kick. kkkkkkkk Reply Game over January 30, 2017 at 12:56 pm Pamberi neZanu, ndokutongaka uku!! Reply Samaita January 30, 2017 at 1:26 pm Great pictures, but the caption on the first one is incorrect and borders on exaggeration. I have counted seven officers, yet the caption claims there are dozens. By implication, we should be seeing at least two dozen officers, thus twenty four. Lets uphold intergrity even in small matters. Reply Samaita January 30, 2017 at 1:31 pm Thank you for the swift correction, but good manners and professional ettiquate demands an acknkowledgement. Reply observer January 30, 2017 at 3:03 pm This is happening because of sanctions,Britain and its allies,kkkkkkkkk! Reply Live January 30, 2017 at 7:09 pm We all cry blaming government, forgetting that govt is people like you. Even if we give you the chance to run you can fail as well. God is the answer guys. Reply Wasu January 30, 2017 at 8:20 pm Usataura nezvamwari vanhu vari busy kutenga maFord Ranger evhoti.Mwari akstipa pfungwa.Zanu they are just busy looking after themselves and only a moron may not see this.How must do 350 Ford Rangers cost.It is people like LIVE who continue to justify humbavha.Mwari anobatsira anozvibatsirawo.Mubhaibheri chaimo vana vaMwari vanoenda kuhondo want when their survival is threatened. Sei vasina kuti zvaskuda mwari. .??????Mukai vana Live.. Reply Live January 30, 2017 at 7:12 pm Only God has justice. Let’s pray for Devine intervention from the ever living God. What is impossible with man God can do. Reply Mummy J January 31, 2017 at 9:48 am Ana Live musangoti Mwari, Mwari pese pese mhani when you can see that this rot is an act of man. Hapana Mwari paachadzika kudenga to fix our roads, to fix burst water pipes, God works through people. We cant just fold our hands and wait for miracles to take place, we should do something then God can join our initiative Reply Tembertshuma January 30, 2017 at 11:11 pm Imi ma zrp murishit dzevanhu matsotsi.paroad no coment we like to hire RG and his entire cabinet or there stil blame the west about this Reply Japhet November 5, 2017 at 6:10 am Kkk let’s wait & see Reply takunda tafamombe November 11, 2017 at 9:37 am mupurisa handiite naye nyaya kana baba abhona vachi panyanga. even mwana wamai vangu chaiye hatiite nyaya dzinoenda kure coz they forget kuti if you put on your uniform you are still human.do unto others as you wish them to do unto you. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.