The structure below is one that you are driving to and from the Harare International Airport. Years ago it used to be guarded by military personnel, nowadays there are a couple to security guards who don’t seem too interested in what they are doing. This stretch of road was also a popular road block point […]
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His Excellency, The Head of State and Government, Commander in Chief of the Defence Force, The President, Comrade Robert Gabriel Mugabe is chauffeur driven in a Mercedes-Benz S600 Pullman Guard. It is only fitting that part of his police force follow suite and purchase Mercedes-Benz C350’s. But, why purchase such vehicles when there are numerous […]
Here are two Air Zimbabwe aircraft in the maintenance area at Harare International Airport. As with just about everything else in Zimbabwe, the national airline was not immune to events in Zimbabwe. It is plagued by a number of problems ranging from mismanagement to not being able to pay off huge debts. How they manage […]
This photo will evoke a few memories especially for those in the Diaspora who frequented Tipperary’s and have not visited their homeland in a while. For those of you that don’t know, Tipperary’s is a popular bar located in the Avenues. It also happens to be I a part of town where prostitutes solicit clients.
Here is a preacher who took it upon himself to go onto 1st Street in Harare to set-up a pulpit and preach to whoever would listen. He was preaching about how this is the year to prosper and that they only way to get there is with God by your side.
Getting arrested in Zimbabwe and being taken to any police station let alone Central is something you want to avoid at all costs. Guilty or not, once you are in a position where you are being taken to station, bribe them to get out of it. In most instances, the police are more than willing […]
Here are photos of a couple of billboards that are dotted around the place. They serve to get those with a small house to think about the possibility of their small house having someone else. This goes to show that this culture is recognised as a major problem in the fight against HIV/AIDS.