PICTURE: Laundry In First Street, Harare, Zimbabwe. What’s Your Take?

First Street in Harare, Zimbabwe used to be a sacred place where only white people would be allowed to walk.

In the recent past, things have been changing in the capital. Some could be seen roasting maize cobs and only last week, I saw a woman cooking her meal using firewood near the Econet Shop, in the same once sacred street.

Some suggest the woman is homeless.

S ee a picture below which was taken early in the morning.

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One Comment on “PICTURE: Laundry In First Street, Harare, Zimbabwe. What’s Your Take?

  1. The Director of Housing and Community Services of the City of Harare and his counterpart at the Ministry of Public Service,Labour and Social Welfare should have long resolved this very unsightly matter. This story is in their files and indeed they must account to the Resident Minister and the Mayor on this ineptitude of industrial scale. There are solutions to this simply matter.

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