Friday, June 5, 2009

Zimbabwe pics......04/06/09

A man has his hair cut at Beitbridge on the South African side of the border crossing with Zimbabwe May 14, 2009. International donors are yet to release any funding to the Zimbabwan government, insisting the new administration carry out political and economic reforms and open up the media.






File picture of a tourist pointing to the grave of colonial leader Cecil John Rhodes in the Matopos park on the outskirts of Bulawayo on May 5, 2009. The park, a UNESCO Heritage listed site, has been hit by vandalism resulting in animals straying and exposing endangered species to poaching. Ancient Bushman art peels off rock surfaces and endangered rhinos wander through derelict fences as neglect threatens to rob Zimbabwe's Matopos game park of its world heritage status.





Morning activities at Beitbridge on the South African side of the border crossing with Zimbabwe May 14, 2009. International donors are yet to release any funding to the Zimbabwan government, insisting the new administration carry out political and economic reforms and open up the media.





Children fetch clean water from a borehole in Glen View, Harare, Tuesday, May, 26, 2009. The cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe, the worst in Africa in more than 15 years, is slowing but is still expected to reach 100,000 cases this week, the Red Cross said Tuesday.





An unidentfied child holds President Robert Mugabes portrait during his visit to a farm near Norton about 60 Kilometers west of Harare, Thursday, June,4, 2009. Mugabe was accompanied by King Mswati III of Swaziland who is on a three-day State Visit to Zimbabwe.





Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe (R) and Swaziland's King Mswati III (L) arrive at the New Donnington Farm in Norton, 60km west of Harare, June 4, 2009. King Muswati is on a three day state visit to Zimbabwe.





An unidentified woman and baby fetch water from an unprotected source in Epworth, Harare, Tuesday, May, 26, 2009. According to the Zimbabwean Red Cross Society, cholera is slowing down but is still expected it to affect its 100,000th victim this week. The International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said Tuesday the outbreak of the waterborne disease which has already killed almost 4,300 people, is the worst in Africa in more than 15 years.





A boy crosses a flowing stream of raw sewage in front of his home in the Mbare neighbourhood of Zimbabwe's capital Harare, June 1, 2009. Zimbabwe needs $719 million in urgent humanitarian help in 2009, as the country struggles to attract Western aid in an attempt to emerge from a decade of economic collapse, the United Nations said on Monday.





 Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai attends a Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe's 70th annual general meeting in Harare May 29, 2009. Zimbabwe's nickel production fell by a quarter to 6,354 tonnes last year with platinum miners for the first time accounting for the bulk of the output, data from the country's Chamber of Mines showed on Friday.


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Fantastic blog and photos!

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