Like nocturnal animals vendors come out to display and sell their wares.

Like nocturnal animals vendors come out to display and sell their wares on the streets of Harare.

Along Robert Mugabe road, its business as usual as the under-siege vendors take advantage of the absence of The Republic and Municipal Police to garner a few dollars before trudging warily back home.
Like nocturnal animals vendors come out to display and sell their wares.
One very dangerous phenomena has evolved, on the traffic island between the southbound lanes and the north bound lanes, vendors have set up make-shift stalls. One shudders to think what might happen should there be a traffic accident. Just another day in the life of the under fire vendor.
To add insult to injury, the means of survival of most vendors-the second hand clothes have been declared impermissible from the first of September 2015.

Given the rate at which people are being fired from the few formal places of employment left where will we run to? 


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