Zimbabwe drought

epa05105548 A picture made available on 16 January 2016 of Lovemore Chishonge holding a hide of one of his cattle that died as a result of lack of food in the Chisumbanje area, about 500 km east of the capital Harare, Zimbabwe, 15 January 2015. The ongoing drought in Zimbabwe and other Southern African countries is the worst in three decades. Cattle farmers in this area are loosing cattle and have asked the government for assistance. EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Zimbabwe South Africa xenophobia

epa04720440 Some of the 300 people stand in a queue soon after arriving from Durban by free transport after xenophobia attacks in the port town forced Zimbabwe residents to leave South Africa, Beitbridge, Zimbabwe, 25 April 2015. 7 people have been killed in recent xenophobia attacks in Durban and Johannesburg. EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Eastview School in Harare, Zimbabwe

epa05211323 A primary school girl writes on a board at the Eastview School in Caledonia, Harare, Zimbabwe, 14 March 2016. Students most of whom their parents are low income earners and informal traders, learn under very poor facilities. EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Zimbabwe presidential elections

epa03808766 Zimbabwe residents of the high density suburb of Mbare in the capital Harare queue up in the early hours to cast their ballots in presidential elections in Zimbabwe, 31 July 2013. Zimbabwe's eighty nine year old president Robert Mugabe is seeking another term after thirty three years in power with his Zanu-PF party, whilst Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai leader of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) hopes to win and prevent this. EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Zimbabwe child parliament

epa05375369 School children dressed in uniforms of Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional services department stand at attention with mock guns before the start of the Day of the African Child commemorations at the City Sports Centre in Harare, Zimbabwe, 18 June 2016. The event was attended by more than 10,000 school children and was marked by debates in a mock parliament and a Child President Tinaye Mumbavare also officiated. The Day of the African Child came into being following a declaration by the African Union Heads Of States in 1991, as an important day in commemoration of the 1976 protests by school children in Soweto, South Africa. The students protested against an education designed to further the purposes of the apartheid regime. The brutal response of the apartheid security agencies to the unarmed students protests resulted in the death of a number of them and they contributed to the eventual collapse of the apartheid regime. EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Eastview School in Harare, Zimbabwe

epa05211312 A secondary school girl peeps through a hole in a sack that is used as a wall on one of the makeshift classrooms at the Eastview School in Caledonia, Harare, Zimbabwe, 14 March 2016. Students most of whom their parents are low income earners and informal traders, learn under very poor facilities. EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Zimbabwe Zimplats

epa03970002 A Zimplats employee works on a smelter at the company's smelting plant near Harare, Zimbabwe, 29 November 2013. Zimbabwe is willing to let foreign-owned platinum mining firms own majority shares in their local operations if they build a refinery in the country, the mines minister said on 28 November. The country has the world's second largest known platinum reserves, but mining companies send the raw product to South Africa for processing. EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Chinese President Xi visits Zimbabwe

epa05050518 Chinese President Xi Jinping (L) and Zimbabwean counterpart Robert Mugabe (R) after arriving in Harare, Zimbabwe, 01 December 2015. President Xi Jinping is in the country on a two-days state visit which will witness the signing of fresh deals with Zimbabwe. His visit marks the second time a sitting Chinese President has visited Zimbabwe since 1996. EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Zimbabwe President Mugabe sisters funeral

epa04035524 A photograph made available on 22 January 2014 shows Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe ad his wife, Grace Mugabe, at the funeral of his last surviving sister, Bridgette Mugabe at his rural home in Zvimba, 140 km west of the capital Harare, Zimbabwe, 21 January 2014. Bridgette was in coma since 2010. President Mugabe's health has been a subject of speculation since arriving from Singapore recently. The ailing President often makes trips to Singapore for medical care. EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Zimbabwan Freedom Fighter Exhumation

epa02641681 A photo made available 19 March 2011 shows members of the Fallen Heroes Association of Zimbabwe (FHAZ) carrying the remains of a liberation struggle fighter from a disused mine shaft during their exhumation near Mount Darwin, some 170 km north west of the capital Harare, Zimbabwe, on 18 March 2011. At least 700 freedom fighters and civilians who were killed during the liberation struggle have been exhumed by the Fallen Heroes Association of Zimbabwe (FHAZ) over the last week and will be taken to their provinces for reburial by relatives. Many of the dead are believed to be victims of what media reported had been 'attrocities' by the white minority government of Prime Minister Ian Smith, who ruled then Rhodesia from 1964 to 1979, before the country proclaimed itself the Republic of Zimbabwe in 1980. EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Zimbabwan Freedom Fighter Exhumation

epa02641686 A photo made available 19 March 2011 shows a woman using her a mobile phone with coffins behind her during the exhumation of dead liberation struggle fighters near Mount Darwin, some 170 km north west of the capital Harare, Zimbabwe, on 18 March 2011. At least 700 freedom fighters and civilians who were killed during the liberation struggle have been exhumed by the Fallen Heroes Association of Zimbabwe (FHAZ) over the last week and will be taken to their provinces for reburial by relatives. Many of the dead are believed to be victims of what media reported had been 'attrocities' by the white minority government of Prime Minister Ian Smith, who ruled then Rhodesia from 1964 to 1979, before the country proclaimed itself the Republic of Zimbabwe in 1980. EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Zimbabwe cholera

epa01575278 A young cholera patient is wheeled in a wheelbarrow to clinic in Harare's suburb of Budiriro, Zimbabwe, 12 December 2008. Cholera has already claimed more than 700 lives in Zimbabwe as President Robert Mugabe claimed that the country has managed to contain the epidemic. EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Zimbabwe MDC rally Morgan Tsvangirai

epa01645092 A section of a crowd of around 15 000 people as they hold up their hands showing their palms in the tradition of the party at the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) rally in Gweru, Zimbabwe, 23 February 2009. Zimbabwe Prime Minister, Morgan Tsvangirai addressed the rally marking the tenth year of the opposition party. EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Relatives make final touches at the grave of Martha William who died from cholera

epa01618846 Relatives make final touches at the grave of Martha William who died from cholera, Harare, Zimbabwe, 30 January 2009. Cholera has so far claimed more than 3000 lives and infected more than 50 000 people. EPA/AARON UFUMELI
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