HEADLINE Pictorial: Daily life in Harare depicts a calm capital

HEADLINE

Pictorial: Daily life in Harare depicts a calm capital

By Li Zhiwei   | People's Daily

07:31, November 17, 2017

Johannesburg (People's Daily)- The official newspaper of Zimbabwe published a photo series depicting life in Harare on Wednesday to show how their country is calm and peoples’ daily lives are still the same.

“People freely move about in the capital city, as the army calls for peace and calm,” read a photo caption from the Herald.  

Other photos depicted businesses operating as usual, people shopping at stores, and teenagers playing soccer outside.  

“Students happily make their way home after finishing school in Harare,” read another caption. 

Harare remains a booming city.

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People roam freely throughout the capital city as army personnel maintain peace and order.

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Teenagers play soccer in Mbare Harare on Wednesday, November 15, 2017

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Secondary students happily make their way home after finishing school in Harare.

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People walk around freely in the capital city while the army calls for peace and calm.

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Local businesses were open early in the morning in Mbare Harare.

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Ice cream vendors steer their carts through the capital city of Zimbabwe.

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It’s business as usual at Mbare Musika, a vegetable market in Harare.

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Passengers board busses to different destinations at the Mbare bus terminal.

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People take buses to various destinations at Mbare bus terminus.

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It’s business as usual in Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe.

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Businesses opened first thing in the morning, just as they always have.

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Local business owners opened their stores early Wednesday morning in Mbare Harare.  

(Source: Herald newspaper - herald.co.zw)


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