In Pictures

In Pictures

A general view of a decomposed elephant which died of drought in Hwange National Park in Hwange, northern Zimbabwe on December 16, 2023 [Zinyange Auntony/AFP]

In Pictures: Heartbreak in Zimbabwe park: Elephants’ desperate hunt for water

AFP Storm clouds are finally gathering over Zimbabwe’s biggest animal reserve, but it has come too late for more than 110 elephants that have died in a searing, extended drought. There is little that Simba Marozva and other rangers at the Hwange National Park can do except cut the tusks off the rotting corpses before

IMAGES: VP Chiwenga ties the knot in lavish ceremony; former First Lady Grace Mugabe among guests

By Staff Reporter VICE President Constantino Chiwenga tied the knot with his wife Miniyothabo Baloyi in a posh ceremony at St Gerard Catholic Church in Borrowdale, Harare. Bishop Rudolph Nyandoro solemnised the marriage. President Emmerson Mnangagwa, First Lady Auxilia, VP Kembo Mohadi and ministers Kirsty Coventry, Fredrick Shava, Jenfan Muswere, Sithembiso Nyoni, Tatenda Mavetera and

In Pictures: Police storms Parliament to eject Chamisa’s MPs

There was chaos in the House of Assembly Thursday, when Citizens Coalition for Change legislators were expelled by Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda after they protested the swearing in ceremony of Mabvuku-Tafara MP Pedzai ‘Scott’ Sakupwanya. The CCC legislators chanted protest songs like “ndimi makauraya” accusing Sakupwanya of murdering opposition activist Tapfumaneyi Masaya who was

In Pictures: UNICEF, Govt and partners join forces to improve medical access in remote areas

THE ministry of Health and UNICEF are conducting a facility based outreach program where health workers go into hard-to-reach rural communities to offer medical services. This reduces traveling distance for community members who need medical services, making universal health coverage a reality for all. This program is under the Health Resilience Fund (HRF) sponsored by

In Pictures: CCC supporters throng High Court for recalled MPs’ ruling

Below are some images captured at the High Court where opposition Citizens Coalition for Change MPs and senators are challenging their recall from parliament by ‘interim secretary general’ Sengezo Tshabangu. Dozens of party supporters also came in solidarity. The ruling has been reserved.

In Pictures: Anti-sanctions demonstration in Harare

Below are some images from the anti sanctions demonstration which was held in Harare, Wednesday. Dozens of civil servants marched in the CBD demanding the removal of sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the UK and US. Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa

In Pictures: Chaos as police storms Parliament to eject opposition CCC MPs

There was chaos in the House of Assembly, Tuesday when 15 Citizens Coalition for Change legislators were expelled by Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda following recalls by Sengezo Tshabangu who claims to be the party’s interim secretary general. Police were called in to forcibly drag out the defiant legislators and some of them got injured

In Pictures: Rufaro Stadium renovations still far from completion

Renovations are still far from completion at Rufaro Stadium which is going through a face-lift after years of neglect. It was deemed unfit to host football matches in 2020 by the Zimbabwe Football Association. The City of Harare (CoH) embarked on a project to refurbish the stadium setting a target of completion by mid-year and

UK: Colour and culture at King Mzilikazi Day celebrations

By UK Correspondent Dozens of people from across the United Kingdom gathered at the Wheaton Aston Recreation Ground in the quaint village of Wheaton Aston, in the Staffordshire countryside last Saturday for this year’s King Mzilikazi Day celebrations. Mzilikazi was a warrior who broke away from King Shaka in Zululand South Africa in 1822 and

UK: Africa Music Festival – thousands brave rains and organisational chaos

By UK Correspondent THOUSANDS of people travelled from all over the UK last Saturday for the inaugural Africa Music Festival at Leicester’s Nelson Mandela park, braving the rains and organisational chaos for a family fun day. Artists on the bill included Jah Prayzah, Winky D, Mambo Dhuterere, as we as South Africa’s Makhadzi. Below are