Monday, January 24, 2011

ZIMBABWE PICS.....24/01/2011

Zanu PF supporters take time to relax at bird sanctuary Kuimba Shiri Safari Lodge after they beseiged the lodge on Lake Chibero, Zimbabwe, about 32 km from Harare, Saturday, Jan. 22, 2011. A group of over 100 Zanu PF members invaded the premises and demanded Stafford leave his property. Zimbabwe is set to hold elections this year amid fears of political violence.








Gary Stafford talks to the Director General of National Parks, Vitalis Chadenga after his bird sanctuary Kuimba Shiri Safari Lodge was besieged by scores of Zanu PF supporters, on Lake Chibero, Zimbabwe, about 32 km from Harare, Saturday, Jan. 22, 2011. A group of over 100 Zanu PF members invaded the premises and demanded Stafford leave his property. Zimbabwe is set to hold elections this year amid fears of political violence.






Gary Stafford and his wife talk to the Director General of National Parks, Vitalis Chadenga after his bird sanctuary Kuimba Shiri Safari Lodge was besieged by scores of Zanu PF supporters, on Lake Chibero, Zimbabwe, about 32 km from Harare, Saturday, Jan. 22, 2011. A group of over 100 Zanu PF members invaded the premises and demanded Stafford leave his property. Zimbabwe is set to hold elections this year amid fears of political violence.





A mother and her daughter walk past a baby playing in a box, on the streets of Harare, Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011. Zimbabwe is set to hold elections this year amid rumors and speculation over Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's health.





A car leaves a fuel station in the early hours of Sunday morning in Harare, Sunday, Jan. 23, 2011. Long fuel queues have resurfaced in the country with shortages of fuel, in particular diesel, threatening to cripple business operations in the country.





An unidentified woman holds an old one hundred trillon Zimbabwean dollar note in Harare, Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010. The old note has become the hottest seller to western tourists visiting Zimbabwe. Souvenior hunters are snapping up the last supplies of the old defunct note which sells for an average of $5 (3.80 euro) depending on its condition.







Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, right chats to Prime Minister Morgan Tsavangirai during their end of year press conference at State House in Harare, Monday, Dec. 20, 2010. Mugabe , Tsvangirai and his deputy Arthur Mutambara said they were working closely together and dispelled rumours of disunity in the Government of National Unity.



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