PICTURES: Protestors, police clash

HARARE - Below are pictures of the clash between protestors and police in the Harare CBD today. Pics: Annie Mpalume 




















Comments (11)

This is beautiful; not the pictures of brutalised civilians or the ugly sight of blood thirtsy police roaming our streets. The beauty of this lies in the evidence of the Will of the People taking final and irreconcilable expression. Forward my Zimbabwe, Forward !!!

TruthSaid - 24 August 2016

They is a problem in our country and it is Mugabe if he goes now all this tension will go . But we also have thugs pretending to be police man they destroy private properties every day in the form of combies by smashing windows picturing tires and this has cost millions of dollars loss to combi operators and the nation at large .Now they want to turn to pple going about doing their businesses beating them for no reason that is unecceptable People.Power is mightier and very soon police will learn it they will either ship out to police camps or shape to people demands This is just a hint of what is ahead of us .Zimbos are starting to be wild no longer docile like donkeys they are kicking like wild zebras .Deimty!!!!!!

Diibulaanyika - 25 August 2016

what is of importance is the recorgnition that there is a crisis of things not sailing smoothly and efforts should be made for the country to normalise

obert nyakabau - 25 August 2016

what is of importance is the recorgnition that there is a crisis of things not sailing smoothly and efforts should be made for the country to normalise

obert nyakabau - 25 August 2016

ZVINO MAPURISA MUNENGE MADYEI PAMUNOENDA KUNOMHANYISWA KUDARO.HOPE YOUR FAMILIES AT THE END OF THE DAY HAVE FOOD ON THE TABLE!!!! KKKK!!!!

observer - 25 August 2016

They once pestered me for not having a fire extinguisher, when I had one they turned up and said its over due for service and I was like aaaah! Today they ramshackle truck went up in flames, did they not have a fire extinguisher, kkkkkkkk, I lough at last!

SaManyika Chaiye - 25 August 2016

Leaders are chosen by God, no protests or violence can change that. Keep Calm and keep believing in God. God knows what he is doing.

sibongile dhliwayo - 25 August 2016

This is what happens when you do not have nothing to do. If these people had jobs none of this will be like this. Get investors in and people will be at work not on the street

Slim Cat - 25 August 2016

"empires scramble when people stop believing in them"-even the most feared man whose lust for blood knows no limits shall become irrelevant and a subject of peoples curses and loathes. this so happened to Gadhafi and many other tyrants who reigned before him, certainly Mugabe is not going to be spared .a few months back these protest started as a joke ,I bet in their fancy offices they ridiculed the gesture and dismissed it as nonsense ,but now dear friends they are not only seeing the smoke but they are also feeling the heat . TRUTH be told, Truth and illuminate bosses are having sleepless nights-clueless as always on how to deal with the issue. asi ka veduwe- brutalism, incompetence, corruption, dictatorship etc must be responded by violence. we all no it- its common sense, but if they fought the struggle for independence as they claim- they surely should no than most of us that something sinister is coming their way

murambatsvina - 25 August 2016

The fake million man march nonsense is nothing like what's coming. We're not hired, we live in the city and we say no to corrupt, murderous, thieving, gangsters struggling to be relevant to our lives. Go please. We will kick you out bit by bit. We will even consider demos at night across the whole country.

Sagitarr - 25 August 2016

@sibongile dhliwayo, Mugabe says he was elected by the people of Zimbabwe. So according to you the one who put Mugabe in power is God and therefore has the power to remove him. Hence he should go because ''God'' does not want him in that position anymore.

Clear - 25 August 2016

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