In Pictures: From Mazowe to Concession, the story of Grace Mugabe evictees

In a show of the First Lady’s unfettered power, police continued with the eviction of villagers from Arnold Farm in Mazowe, allegedly to pave way for first lady Grace Mugabe despite a High Court order barring them from destroying the villagers’ homes.

We show you, in pictures, the journey of the villagers from Arnold Farm to Rivers Farm, where police forcibly moved them after the demolition of their houses.

1-An unidentified man left in the rain after his house distroyed by police at Manzou Farm in Mazoe to pave way for Grace Mugabe to expand her business Pic Shepherd Tozvireva
An unidentified man sits in the rain after his house was destroyed by police at Arnold Farm in Mazoe to pave way for Grace Mugabe to expand her business. Pic Shepherd Tozvireva
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Stranded men stand before their demolished house at Arnold Farm
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A woman tends to her 6 weeks old baby while sitting next to her belongings after police destroyed homes belonging to villagers at Arnold Farm
1-Evicted residents seeking shade from the rains after their houses were distroyed by police at Manzou Farm in Mazoe to pave way for Grace Mugabe to expand her bussiness Pi Shepherd Tozvireva1
Evicted residents take shelter from the rains in under the roof of one of the demolished houses. Pic Shepherd Tozvireva
1-Children left stranded after police distroyed their homes at Manzou Farm in Mazoe to pave way for Grace Mugabe to expand her busiiness empire Pic Shepherd Tozvireva1
A child sits under the thatched roof of one of the demolished houses. Pic Shepherd Tozvireva
1-A woman seating on a bed with a four weeks after police dump them at the tobbaco bans at River side farm in Consession some 40km away from Manzou Pic Shepherd Tozvirev
A woman sits on a bed with her four-week-old baby after police dumped them at abandoned tobbaco barns at River side farm in Consession, some 40km away from Arnold Farm. Pic Shepherd Tozvireva
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Women ponder their next move as they stand under one of the sheds at River Farm where police dumped them after their eviction from Arnold Farm
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One of the evictees feeds her child after taking shelter in one of the abandoned tobacco barns at River Farm

 

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18 Comments

  1. that’s what you vote for. rule of law in animal farm people are crazy.

  2. its such a shame

  3. general changu

    Pamberi nekubatana.Pasi nemabhunu.Grace and Smith are brother and sister

  4. pedzezvo movhorera zvakadai izvi.Vanhu ngatifungei pliz

  5. johannes kwangwari

    MP please help tobaiwa tobaiwa kani

  6. 2018 vote for her husband

  7. The only sensible thing for Mugabe to do is apologise to us, relinquish power and plead with us to spare his family.

    Without that, he is pitting himself, his family and all his hangers-on against the people of Zimbabwe. There are no two ways to look at it.

    Zvaana Chipanga-no, we will deal with them squarely. Make no mistake about it.

  8. people should have been alowed to harvest their crops before this cruel action was taken.grace cyclone denero.in the next five months these people will be singing gushungo gushungo.wake up mash central.vamwe vakamuka kare

  9. Grace is very foolish, with her husband so close to retirement how can she afford to be making enemies up & down the nation like this? Come independence day she will be eaten alive

  10. Vanhu vatambura…….dai musiki akapindira

  11. l wonder how she sleeps at night musadaro amai

  12. muchangwara

  13. ndokuti mudzidze ndokunohwinhira zanu ikoko

  14. ROBERT NDAURAYANYIKA

    kusvika masvinura. takaudzai kuti kugaropururudza pfambi iyi ichiwonyoka pamarally hazvina kunaka. baiwai

  15. Zimbabwe I company yaMugabe isu tese tiri vashandi cake saka nyararai

  16. THE LORD HAS ANSWERED OUR PRAYERS NEHANDA MAPFUPA AKE AMUKA HOPEFULY NGWENA SHUMBA MUCHADZOSERA VERUDZI RWANEHANDA PAMANZOU FARM

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