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Video: Caps Utd victory from the terraces

In our NewsDay in 60sec video this week we show the emotions and the euphoria on the terraces on the day Caps Utd beat TP Mazembe out of the African Champions league.

Video produced by Tapiwa Zivira and Aaron Ufumeli.
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Graphic: Mugabe at 93–health challenges

President Robert Mugabe has become a favourite of internet jokes and memes for his spirited but clearly failing attempts to resist age.

By Tinotenda Samukange,Online Reporter

He has fallen, stumbled, struggled to walk, slept at conferences and made speech gaffes. He has made more trips to Singapore than he has to areas affected by flooding.

But the 93-year-old leader is determined to defy the laws of nature deciding instead to sleep in the full glare of the public than retire and rest.

NewsDay, as a result of the debate around Mugabe’s ability – or inability– to stand for another election, looks at the health issues that can affect an average black 93 year old man. Zimbabwe is on eve of another presidential election and President Mugabe will be Zanu PF’s candidate in 2018.

As shown in the diagram below, the strain put on Mugabe could worsen his seemingly fledging health.

MUGABEXSTRAIN

But, perhaps there is a method in the ‘madness’ because last month, Mugabe’s wife, Grace made a weird pronouncement that Mugabe’s corpse ‘can win’ any election.
We look at defining moments for the nonagenarian…

Graphic: Mugabe at 93–health challenges

President Robert Mugabe has become a favourite of internet jokes and memes for his spirited but clearly failing attempts to resist age.

By Tinotenda Samukange,Online Reporter

He has fallen, stumbled, struggled to walk, slept at conferences and made speech gaffes. He has made more trips to Singapore than he has to areas affected by flooding.

But the 93-year-old leader is determined to defy the laws of nature deciding instead to sleep in the full glare of the public than retire and rest.

NewsDay, as a result of the debate around Mugabe’s ability – or inability– to stand for another election, looks at the health issues that can affect an average black 93 year old man. Zimbabwe is on eve of another presidential election and President Mugabe will be Zanu PF’s candidate in 2018.

As shown in the diagram below, the strain put on Mugabe could worsen his seemingly fledging health.

MUGABEXSTRAIN

But, perhaps there is a method in the ‘madness’ because last month, Mugabe’s wife, Grace made a weird pronouncement that Mugabe’s corpse ‘can win’ any election.
We look at defining moments for the nonagenarian…

8 most powerful pics this week – 23Feb

DANGER ZONE

Street children hang behind a moving truck along Seke road yesterday. Pic Aaron Ufumeli

Street children hang behind a moving driving school truck along Seke road yesterday. Pic Aaron Ufumeli

I WAS ONCE YOUNG & SO ON AND SO FORTH…

A tired looking President Robert Mugabe, who turned 93 this week, and is one the oldest presidents in the world, speaks at his suprise birthday party at his offices in Harare. Behind him is his portrait, taken in the 1908s when he was in his 50s

 

A tired looking President Robert Mugabe, who turned 93 this week, and is one the oldest presidents in the world, speaks at his suprise birthday party at his offices in Harare. Behind him is his portrait, taken in the 1908s when he was in his 50s

TRAGEDY

At least four people were seriously injured in Bulawayo when the roof of a building housing popular food outlet Nandos collapsed in the afternoon. The Standard understands the injured were workmen and some customers who were all ferried to hospital in ambulances. At least six vehicles were reportedly damaged in the mishap

At least four people were seriously injured in Bulawayo when the roof of a building housing popular food outlet Nandos collapsed in the afternoon. The Standard understands the injured were workmen and some customers who were all ferried to hospital in ambulances. At least six vehicles were reportedly damaged in the mishap

MUTASA & GUMBO

1-Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans' Association Secretary General Victor Matemadanda addresses a press conference accompanied by ZimPF elders Didymus Mutasa, Rugare Gumbo and ZNLWVA spokesperson Douglas Mahiya. This came after ZimPF leader Joice Mujuru expelled Mutasa, Gumbo and other ZImPF members for allegedly colluding with Zanu PF and frustrating efforts to creat an opposition coalition to face Zanu PF in the 2018 elections. Here, the war veterans were expressing solidarity with the “expelled” founding members, and appeared to endorse them as the bona fide leaders.

Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association Secretary General Victor Matemadanda addresses a press conference accompanied by ZimPF elders Didymus Mutasa, Rugare Gumbo and ZNLWVA spokesperson Douglas Mahiya. This came after ZimPF leader Joice Mujuru expelled Mutasa, Gumbo and other ZImPF members for allegedly colluding with Zanu PF and frustrating efforts to creat an opposition coalition to face Zanu PF in the 2018 elections. Here, the war veterans were expressing solidarity with the “expelled” founding members, and appeared to endorse them as the bona fide leaders.

AFTER THE RAINS

Women cross the Umzingwane river bridge in Beitbridge. The bridge only became passable last week following weeks of rainfall that resulted in floods . Pic Shepherd Tozvireva

Women cross the Umzingwane river bridge in Beitbridge. The bridge only became passable last week following weeks of rainfall that resulted in floods . Pic Shepherd Tozvireva

ENTERPRISING

"Enterprising" Harare central traffic police officers are now taking advantage of the peak hour jam to pounce on motorists along one of the busiest streets, Julius Nyerere Way. The officers come in batches of up to 20 per group and armed with ticket books, sjamboks, and spikes, they target motorists who cross red robots and those that use cellphones while driving or stop after the white lines at robots. Pic Shepherd Tozvireva

“Enterprising” Harare central traffic police officers are now taking advantage of the peak hour jam to pounce on motorists along one of the busiest streets, Julius Nyerere Way. The officers come in batches of up to 20 per group and armed with ticket books, sjamboks, and spikes, they target motorists who cross red robots and those that use cellphones while driving or stop after the white lines at robots. Pic Shepherd Tozvireva

GAME OF SHADOWS

Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s shadow looms large over President Robert Mugabe’s (left) before the start of the Zanu PF politburo meeting at the party’s headquarters on Wednesday. Mnangagwa is often accused of leading a faction plotting to succeed Mugabe, a charge he denies.

Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s shadow looms large over President Robert Mugabe’s (left) before the start of the Zanu PF politburo meeting at the party’s headquarters. Mnangagwa is often accused of leading a faction plotting to succeed Mugabe, a charge he denies.

CASH CRUNCH

Pensioners queue for their for cash at POSB bank along Kwame Krumah Avenue. Some who spoke to NewsDay claimed they had been returning to the bank for six days without getting any cash. Zimbabwe is currently facing a crippling cash crisis and despite the Central Bank's introduction of bond notes and a hasty push for the use of plastic money, cash queues have remained Pic Shepherd Tozvireva

Pensioners queue for their for cash at POSB bank along Kwame Krumah Avenue. Some who spoke to NewsDay claimed they had been returning to the bank for six days without getting any cash. Zimbabwe is currently facing a crippling cash crisis and despite the Central Bank’s introduction of bond notes and a hasty push for the use of plastic money, cash queues have remained Pic Shepherd Tozvireva

5 most powerful pics this week- 15Feb

CLEAN UP

Harare City workers clear drainage canals at Gazaland Shopping and home industry centre last Wednesday. This was part of an ongoing clean up programme by the City of Harare in partnership with the Environmental Management Agency under which food vendors' outlets operating at undesignated sites in Harare are being destroyed. The clean has also resulted in informal traders who sell car parts and other materials being removed from their sites as the city moves to clear areas where typhoid is likely to spread.

Harare City workers clear drainage canals at Gazaland Shopping and home industry centre last Wednesday. This was part of an ongoing clean up programme by the City of Harare in partnership with the Environmental Management Agency under which food vendors’ outlets operating at undesignated sites in Harare are being destroyed. The clean has also resulted in informal traders who sell car parts and other materials being removed from their sites as the city moves to clear areas where typhoid is likely to spread.

POTHOLE CITY

1-Potholes like this one along Seke road near Hatfiedl have been a menace to motorsits who are now losing money to fix their vehicles following damages caused by potholes

An unidentified man fills a pothole along Seke Road, near Hatfield in Harare. Harare City Council has resorted to using gravel to fill potholes in some parts of the city, but the material washes away whenever it rains.

LOVE IN THE AIR

1-Rodgers Shomayi has taken advantage of the Valentine's Day which is on tomorrow to make money by selling roses ,cups ,ted bears and perfumes along Robert Mugabe road

On St Valentine’s Day, some Zimbabweans took time to forget about the country’s crippling economic hardships to celebrate the day. Here, Rodgers Shomayi sells St Valentine’s Day gifts along Robert Mugabe Road

SITTING DANGEROUSLY

1-10 FEBRUARY PICS 2017

Members of the Zimbabwe National Army sit on top of a lorry along Chinhoyi Road. Transport problems within the army has resulted in many soldiers hitch-hiking to work, and often they do not have the money to pay for the fares to work, they end up using any form of transport.

THIS PARTY IS ON FIRE

1-Rugare Gumbo and Didymus Mutasa and holds a press conference at their party HQ in Highlands after being expelled from the People First yesterday

Rugare Gumbo and Didymus Mutasa and hold a press conference in Highlands after Joice Mujuru expelled them from the Zimbabwe People First party.

VIDEO: Harare City removes Gazaland food vendors

A NEWSDAY IN 60SEC VIDEO: As part of an ongoing clean up programme, the City of Harare and the Ennvironmental Management Agency has removed food vendors operating at undesignated sites at Gazaland, Highfield.

Other informal traders who sell car parts and other materials have also been removed as the city moves to clear areas where typhoid is likely to spread.

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PRODUCED BY TAPIWA ZIVIRA

8 most powerful pics this week – 7Feb

Children - oblivious of the danger of contracting water-borne diseases- play in the mud in Norton. Persistent rains have hit the country over the past two weeks, resulting in floods in some areas including Norton.

Children – oblivious of the danger of contracting water-borne diseases- play in the mud in Norton. Persistent rains have hit the country over the past two weeks, resulting in floods in some areas including Norton.

An unidentified man walks into the Harare magistrates courts dressed in a piece of cloth, with his hands showing handcuff marks. Pic Aaron Ufumeli

An unidentified man walks into the Harare magistrates courts dressed in a piece of cloth, with his hands showing handcuff marks. Pic Aaron Ufumeli

Torn Zimbabwe national and Zimbabwe Republic Police flags fly at a satellite police station in Graniteside near Sunningdale .Pic Aaron Ufumeli

Torn Zimbabwe national and Zimbabwe Republic Police flags fly at a satellite police station in Graniteside near Sunningdale .Pic Aaron Ufumeli

An unidentified man pulls bags containing used plastic containers for resale at the Ngozi Mine dumpsite in Bulawayo.

An unidentified man pulls bags containing used plastic containers for resale at the Ngozi Mine dumpsite in Bulawayo.

SOCIAL media activist and cleric, Evan Mawarire of #ThisFlag campaign, leaves the Harare Magistrates Court last Friday after being remanded in custody to February 17. Mawarire is facing charges of subverting a constitutionally-elected government.

SOCIAL media activist and cleric, Evan Mawarire of #ThisFlag campaign, leaves the Harare Magistrates Court last Friday after being remanded in custody to February 17. Mawarire is facing charges of subverting a constitutionally-elected government.

An elderly woman sells roasted maize in Gokwe. Economic hardships have forced many elderly Zimbabweans to go into vending to supplement income. Pic Tafadzwa Ufumeli

An elderly woman sells roasted maize in Gokwe. Economic hardships have forced many elderly Zimbabweans to go into vending to supplement income. Pic Tafadzwa Ufumeli

A calf sucks milk in the middle of the Victoria Falls - Bulawayo highway. Stray cattle crossing the highway have resulted in several accidents. Pic Aaron Ufumeli

A calf sucks milk in the middle of the Victoria Falls – Bulawayo highway. Stray cattle crossing the highway have resulted in several accidents. Pic Aaron Ufumeli

PHD Ministries leader Walter Magaya lies on the floor as he prays at the start of the Ministry's service. Prosperity gospel has continued to thrive in Zimbabwe.

PHD Ministries leader Walter Magaya lies on the floor as he prays at the start of the Ministry’s service. Prosperity gospel has continued to thrive in Zimbabwe.

In a shocking incident, our readers have sent us pictures of burnt police Admission of Guilty books in what looks like a cover-up as allegations rise that traffic police are corruptly diverting state fines.

In a shocking incident, our readers have sent us pictures of burnt police Admission of Guilty books in what looks like a cover-up as allegations rise that traffic police are corruptly diverting state fines.

Video: Mawarire goes to remand prison

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