What Does Zimbabwe Look Like? Part II: Harare

Harare means ‘The place where people do not sleep’ in Shona. At night the city centre is eerily quiet, yet the vendors who have now become permanent fixtures continue working. I took a walk on early Sunday evening along First Street and Kwame Nkrumah Avenue, this is what my home town looks like.

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