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Zimbabwe Election '05: Photo Diary

Part of IWPR's Zimbabwe elections reporting project. Work of a local photographer who for safety reasons wishes to remain anonymous.
By IWPR
  • Jan 05
ZANU PF supporters welcoming President Mugabe at the state function in Harare ahead of parliamentary elections set for March.
    Jan 05 ZANU PF supporters welcoming President Mugabe at the state function in Harare ahead of parliamentary elections set for March.
  • Jan 05
MDC supporters run away from tear gas fired by police in Kuwadzana.
    Jan 05 MDC supporters run away from tear gas fired by police in Kuwadzana.
  • Jan 05
ZANU PF supporters sing and dance during a primary election in Glen Norah.
    Jan 05 ZANU PF supporters sing and dance during a primary election in Glen Norah.
  • Jan 05
Movement for Democratic Change supporters chant the party slogans at the 5th anniversary of the party, in Highfields, about 15 km west of Harare.
    Jan 05 Movement for Democratic Change supporters chant the party slogans at the 5th anniversary of the party, in Highfields, about 15 km west of Harare.
  • Jan 05
ZANU PF supporters sing and dance during a primary election in Glen Norah.
    Jan 05 ZANU PF supporters sing and dance during a primary election in Glen Norah.
  • 17 Oct 04
Members of the National Constitutional Assembly, NCA demonstrate in Harare for transitional Government in Zimbabwe.
    17 Oct 04 Members of the National Constitutional Assembly, NCA demonstrate in Harare for transitional Government in Zimbabwe.
  • Sept 04
The main opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai greets his supporters at his home after he was acquitted of treason charges.
    Sept 04 The main opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai greets his supporters at his home after he was acquitted of treason charges.
  • Sept 04
MDC supporters celebrate the acquittal of their leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
    Sept 04 MDC supporters celebrate the acquittal of their leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
  • July 03
Riot police clash with people in central Harare, following an illegal demonstration.
    July 03 Riot police clash with people in central Harare, following an illegal demonstration.
  • July 03
Riot police beat up an unidentified woman in Harare's First street.
    July 03 Riot police beat up an unidentified woman in Harare's First street.
  • 23 Jan 05
President Robert Mugabe greets the crowd upon arrival at the Harare International airport where he was set to meet the Iranian leader who was on state visit to Zimbabwe.
    23 Jan 05 President Robert Mugabe greets the crowd upon arrival at the Harare International airport where he was set to meet the Iranian leader who was on state visit to Zimbabwe.
  • Mar 03
Armed Riot police during the mass stay away,
    Mar 03 Armed Riot police during the mass stay away,
  • Mar 03
Women of Zimbabwe gather in Harare's First street to pray for Zimbabwe ahead of the planned mass stay away.
    Mar 03 Women of Zimbabwe gather in Harare's First street to pray for Zimbabwe ahead of the planned mass stay away.
  • 13 July 04
Morgan Tsvangirai, MDC president addresses a press conference in Harare.
    13 July 04 Morgan Tsvangirai, MDC president addresses a press conference in Harare.
  • 29 Aug 04
President Robert Mugabe at the state funeral of Eddison Zvobgo, a ruling party founder.
    29 Aug 04 President Robert Mugabe at the state funeral of Eddison Zvobgo, a ruling party founder.
  • 28 Jan 05
Tatenda Chari and Godrey Chisvo take time to fish in a river in Marondera, about 45 km east of Harare. Zimbabwe is set to hold its parliamentary elections with the main opposition party, the MDC still to make an announcement on whether they will take part or not.
    28 Jan 05 Tatenda Chari and Godrey Chisvo take time to fish in a river in Marondera, about 45 km east of Harare. Zimbabwe is set to hold its parliamentary elections with the main opposition party, the MDC still to make an announcement on whether they will take part or not.
  • 29 Jan 05
A grave digger prepares a fresh grave at cemetery in Harare. Zimbabwe has one of the highest HIV infection rates in the world and this has seen lot of young people dying young and the government through its council allocating more land for burial space.
    29 Jan 05 A grave digger prepares a fresh grave at cemetery in Harare. Zimbabwe has one of the highest HIV infection rates in the world and this has seen lot of young people dying young and the government through its council allocating more land for burial space.
  • 30 Jan 05
Two woman prepare their piece of land on their farm in Norton, about 40 km west of Harare which they were allocated by the government during the land resettlement programme in Zimbabwe. The change in the rain season has seen a lot of crops drying up in the country and possibly a drought looming.
    30 Jan 05 Two woman prepare their piece of land on their farm in Norton, about 40 km west of Harare which they were allocated by the government during the land resettlement programme in Zimbabwe. The change in the rain season has seen a lot of crops drying up in the country and possibly a drought looming.
  • 31 Jan 05
An unidentified farmer takes time to fix his tractor after a breakdown at his farm in Banket about 35 km west of Harare. The planting and ploughing season in Zimbabwe is behind due to the shortage of fertilizer and tractors to plough the land.
    31 Jan 05 An unidentified farmer takes time to fix his tractor after a breakdown at his farm in Banket about 35 km west of Harare. The planting and ploughing season in Zimbabwe is behind due to the shortage of fertilizer and tractors to plough the land.
  • 1 Feb 05
The Chisvo Family of Chinhoyi situated 60 km west of Harare, take time to enjoy mice which has became a delicacy since they cannot afford meat. The Family has put up a makeshift granary due to lack of proper storage facilities.
    1 Feb 05 The Chisvo Family of Chinhoyi situated 60 km west of Harare, take time to enjoy mice which has became a delicacy since they cannot afford meat. The Family has put up a makeshift granary due to lack of proper storage facilities.
  • 1 Feb 05
Members of the Vapostori church take time to pray under a tree in Harare. Zimbabwe is experiencing its worst economic crisis since attaining independence in 1980 and a lot of people have resorted to prayer as a form of escapism.
    1 Feb 05 Members of the Vapostori church take time to pray under a tree in Harare. Zimbabwe is experiencing its worst economic crisis since attaining independence in 1980 and a lot of people have resorted to prayer as a form of escapism.
  • 3 Feb 05 
MDC spokesperson Paul Temba Nyati (left) with Tendai Biti a national council member addressing members of the press on their position on elections. MDC are now going to participate in the elections.
    3 Feb 05 MDC spokesperson Paul Temba Nyati (left) with Tendai Biti a national council member addressing members of the press on their position on elections. MDC are now going to participate in the elections.
  • 4 Feb 05 
A motorist fills up his car at a garage in central Harare. The Fuel situation in Zimbabwe has improved slightly though in other parts of the country, fuel is still a problem.
    4 Feb 05 A motorist fills up his car at a garage in central Harare. The Fuel situation in Zimbabwe has improved slightly though in other parts of the country, fuel is still a problem.
  • 7 Feb 05
Citizens of Harare walk past campaign posters showing Margaret Dongo an independent candidate contesting in Zimbabwe's parliamentary elections set for March 31. The ruling ZANU PF party is set to launch its campaign in Harare on 11 February.
    7 Feb 05 Citizens of Harare walk past campaign posters showing Margaret Dongo an independent candidate contesting in Zimbabwe's parliamentary elections set for March 31. The ruling ZANU PF party is set to launch its campaign in Harare on 11 February.
  • 8 Feb 05 
Citizen of Harare reads a copy of a local newspaper showing an advert for the main opposition party, the MDC. In the advert the MDC is letting its supporters know that they are in the running for the parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe set for March 31.
    8 Feb 05 Citizen of Harare reads a copy of a local newspaper showing an advert for the main opposition party, the MDC. In the advert the MDC is letting its supporters know that they are in the running for the parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe set for March 31.
  • 9 Feb 05
Begging along one of Harare's main streets Tatenda Mweda, 7 is carrying his 5 month old brother. According to a report released by the Famine Early Warning Systems Network, about 5.8 million Zimbabweans are in need of food aid.
    9 Feb 05 Begging along one of Harare's main streets Tatenda Mweda, 7 is carrying his 5 month old brother. According to a report released by the Famine Early Warning Systems Network, about 5.8 million Zimbabweans are in need of food aid.
  • 9 Feb 05
Begging along one of Harare's main streets Tatenda Mweda, 7 is carrying his 5 month old brother. According to a report released by the Famine Early Warning Systems Network, about 5.8 million Zimbabweans are in need of food aid.
    9 Feb 05 Begging along one of Harare's main streets Tatenda Mweda, 7 is carrying his 5 month old brother. According to a report released by the Famine Early Warning Systems Network, about 5.8 million Zimbabweans are in need of food aid.
  • 9 Feb 05
Begging along one of Harare's main streets Tatenda Mweda, 7 is carrying his 5 month old brother. According to a report released by the Famine Early Warning Systems Network, about 5.8 million Zimbabweans are in need of food aid.
    9 Feb 05 Begging along one of Harare's main streets Tatenda Mweda, 7 is carrying his 5 month old brother. According to a report released by the Famine Early Warning Systems Network, about 5.8 million Zimbabweans are in need of food aid.
  • 10 Feb 05
Broken down traffic signals are a common site in Harare. Below, a newspaper banner of the state owned paper, The Herald, reporting on clashes of opposition party supporters in Masvingo, south of Harare. A fierce clash between rival MDC Factions occurred in Masvingo where party president Morgan Tsvangirai addressed people on Wednesday, 9 February. Several people were injured in the clashes.
    10 Feb 05 Broken down traffic signals are a common site in Harare. Below, a newspaper banner of the state owned paper, The Herald, reporting on clashes of opposition party supporters in Masvingo, south of Harare. A fierce clash between rival MDC Factions occurred in Masvingo where party president Morgan Tsvangirai addressed people on Wednesday, 9 February. Several people were injured in the clashes.
  • 11 Feb 05
Thousands of party suppoters march through the streets of Harare at the launch of the ZANU PF campaign, ahead of the parliamentary elections. President Robert Mugabe later addressed the party supporters.
    11 Feb 05 Thousands of party suppoters march through the streets of Harare at the launch of the ZANU PF campaign, ahead of the parliamentary elections. President Robert Mugabe later addressed the party supporters.
  • 11 Feb 05
President Robert Mugabe, smiles upon arrival at function in Harare, 11 Feb 05, to launch the ruling ZANU PF campaign ahead of the parliamentary elections. The traditional womens headscarf he was wearing drew laughter from party supporters.
    11 Feb 05 President Robert Mugabe, smiles upon arrival at function in Harare, 11 Feb 05, to launch the ruling ZANU PF campaign ahead of the parliamentary elections. The traditional womens headscarf he was wearing drew laughter from party supporters.
  • 13 Feb 05
Morgan Tsvangirai, the main opposition leader in Zimbabwe addresses party supporters at a rally in Mbare. Tsvangirai said he was confident his party would have the majority in parliament after the elections.
    13 Feb 05 Morgan Tsvangirai, the main opposition leader in Zimbabwe addresses party supporters at a rally in Mbare. Tsvangirai said he was confident his party would have the majority in parliament after the elections.
  • 14 Feb 05
Trolley pushers take a nap at Mbare Msika, following low business in Harare. Zimbabwe has one of the highest unemployment rates in Afrca, with close to 70 percent of the population unemployed. In the upcoming elections, one of the key issues would be to tackle the issue of unemployment in the country.
    14 Feb 05 Trolley pushers take a nap at Mbare Msika, following low business in Harare. Zimbabwe has one of the highest unemployment rates in Afrca, with close to 70 percent of the population unemployed. In the upcoming elections, one of the key issues would be to tackle the issue of unemployment in the country.
  • 15 Feb 05
A young girl takes time to sell nuts as a way of raising money for school fees. The cost of eduction in Zimbabwe has gone up to the extend that many parents cannot afford to send their children to school. As a result some children are forced to find jobs after school or in some cases some young girls have resorted to prostitution as a way of raising funds for education.
    15 Feb 05 A young girl takes time to sell nuts as a way of raising money for school fees. The cost of eduction in Zimbabwe has gone up to the extend that many parents cannot afford to send their children to school. As a result some children are forced to find jobs after school or in some cases some young girls have resorted to prostitution as a way of raising funds for education.
  • 16 Feb 05
Three young boys help push a cart as its owner hired them after he bought some building materials from a timber shop in Harare.
    16 Feb 05 Three young boys help push a cart as its owner hired them after he bought some building materials from a timber shop in Harare.
  • 20 Feb 05
MDC supporters chant the partys slogan at the launch of the party's election campaign in Masvingo, about 300 km south of Harare.
    20 Feb 05 MDC supporters chant the partys slogan at the launch of the party's election campaign in Masvingo, about 300 km south of Harare.
  • 20 Feb 05
Morgan Tsvangirai, the main oppositon leader addresses party supporters at the election campaign launch in Masvingo. The opposition leader said he was prepared to work with ZANU PF in negotiating an exit package should his party get the majority vote.
    20 Feb 05 Morgan Tsvangirai, the main oppositon leader addresses party supporters at the election campaign launch in Masvingo. The opposition leader said he was prepared to work with ZANU PF in negotiating an exit package should his party get the majority vote.
  • 21 Feb 05
Citizen of Zimbabwe reads a copy of the state owned newspaper The Herald, showing pictures and congratulatory messages to President Robert Mugabe who turned 81 years today.
    21 Feb 05 Citizen of Zimbabwe reads a copy of the state owned newspaper The Herald, showing pictures and congratulatory messages to President Robert Mugabe who turned 81 years today.
  • 26 Feb 05
President Mugabe, with his wife Grace and children, at his birthday celebrations in Marondera.
    26 Feb 05 President Mugabe, with his wife Grace and children, at his birthday celebrations in Marondera.
  • 26 Feb 05
President Mugabe at his official birthday celebrations in Marondera about 70 km east of Harare. Mugabe turned 81 years on the 21st of February.
    26 Feb 05 President Mugabe at his official birthday celebrations in Marondera about 70 km east of Harare. Mugabe turned 81 years on the 21st of February.
  • 26 Feb 05
ZANU PF's youth militia demonstrate their fighting skills at President Robert Mugabe's birthday celebrations in Marondera. The youths commonly known as Green Bombers are causing havoc and intimidating people in Rusape, 135 km southeast of Harare.
    26 Feb 05 ZANU PF's youth militia demonstrate their fighting skills at President Robert Mugabe's birthday celebrations in Marondera. The youths commonly known as Green Bombers are causing havoc and intimidating people in Rusape, 135 km southeast of Harare.
  • 27 Feb 05 Winners of the Miss Tourism World pageant competition in Harare. The event which was hosted by Zimbabwe attracted over 80 participants from different parts of the world. The cash strapped government of Zimbabwe paid out US$2 million in a bid to revive the tourism industry and its battered image by organizing the event.
    27 Feb 05 Winners of the Miss Tourism World pageant competition in Harare. The event which was hosted by Zimbabwe attracted over 80 participants from different parts of the world. The cash strapped government of Zimbabwe paid out US$2 million in a bid to revive the tourism industry and its battered image by organizing the event.
  • 01 Mar 05 Citizen of Zimbabwe reads a copy of the independent regional weekly newspaper which was shut down by the Media and Information Commission after just 8 weeks of publication. The reason given for its closure was that it violated Zimbabwe's media legislation. Local journalists believe the closure is part of a systematic clampdown on independent media ahead of the elections.
    01 Mar 05 Citizen of Zimbabwe reads a copy of the independent regional weekly newspaper which was shut down by the Media and Information Commission after just 8 weeks of publication. The reason given for its closure was that it violated Zimbabwe's media legislation. Local journalists believe the closure is part of a systematic clampdown on independent media ahead of the elections.
  • 02 Mar 05
President Robert Mugabe with his wife Grace, at the state funeral of Witnes Mangwender, Governor of Harare, who died in Harare last week. Mugabe who addressed people at the funeral attacked the main opposition party, MDC for working with the British government ahead of the parliamentary elections.
    02 Mar 05 President Robert Mugabe with his wife Grace, at the state funeral of Witnes Mangwender, Governor of Harare, who died in Harare last week. Mugabe who addressed people at the funeral attacked the main opposition party, MDC for working with the British government ahead of the parliamentary elections.
  • 03 Mar 05
President Robert Mugabe holds hands with President Sam Nujoma of Namibia upon his arrival to Harare. The Namibian president is in Zimbabwe on his last state visit as leader of Namibia. Nujoma is set to hold talks with Mugabe at the State House.
    03 Mar 05 President Robert Mugabe holds hands with President Sam Nujoma of Namibia upon his arrival to Harare. The Namibian president is in Zimbabwe on his last state visit as leader of Namibia. Nujoma is set to hold talks with Mugabe at the State House.
  • 06 Mar 05
Heather Bennet, MDC candidate for Chimaniamani greets party supporters at a rally in Chimanimani about 350 km east of Harare. Heather, wife of jailed opposition member of parliament is standing in for her husband for parliamentary elections.
    06 Mar 05 Heather Bennet, MDC candidate for Chimaniamani greets party supporters at a rally in Chimanimani about 350 km east of Harare. Heather, wife of jailed opposition member of parliament is standing in for her husband for parliamentary elections.
  • 08 Mar 05
Women in Mutare sing and dance as they prepare a meal at a function to commemorate International Women's Day in Zimbabwe. Women in Zimbabwe have joined other women worldwide to commemorate International Women's Day.
    08 Mar 05 Women in Mutare sing and dance as they prepare a meal at a function to commemorate International Women's Day in Zimbabwe. Women in Zimbabwe have joined other women worldwide to commemorate International Women's Day.
  • 08 Mar 05 
The police Commissioner Agustine Chihuri, addresses a press conference office in Harare. Chihuri called on the media to be objective and report fairly ahead of the March parliamentary elections. The Police Commissioner also read out statistics to the media which showed that ZANU PF members were topping the arrests list of political disturbances since January.
    08 Mar 05 The police Commissioner Agustine Chihuri, addresses a press conference office in Harare. Chihuri called on the media to be objective and report fairly ahead of the March parliamentary elections. The Police Commissioner also read out statistics to the media which showed that ZANU PF members were topping the arrests list of political disturbances since January.
  • 11 Mar 05
Movement for Democratic Change supporters put up posters of their candidate above a poster of Jonathan Moyo, former Minster of Information who was sacked by President Mugabe. Moyo is standing as an independent in Tsholotsho, about 550 km south west of Harare.
    11 Mar 05 Movement for Democratic Change supporters put up posters of their candidate above a poster of Jonathan Moyo, former Minster of Information who was sacked by President Mugabe. Moyo is standing as an independent in Tsholotsho, about 550 km south west of Harare.
  • 12 Mar 05
Mtoliki Sibanda, MDC candidate addresses a campaign rally in Tsholotsho about 550 km south west of Harare. He is contesting against Jonathan Moyo, former minster of Information who was sacked by President Robert Mugabe. He promised to improve the living standards of the Tsholotsho if he wins the elections.
    12 Mar 05 Mtoliki Sibanda, MDC candidate addresses a campaign rally in Tsholotsho about 550 km south west of Harare. He is contesting against Jonathan Moyo, former minster of Information who was sacked by President Robert Mugabe. He promised to improve the living standards of the Tsholotsho if he wins the elections.
  • 13 Mar 05
An MDC local councilor speaking at a campaign rally in Silalabuhwa, Insiza constituency, 600 km South West of Harare. Morgan Tsvangirai, later addressed the gathering and urged party supporters to go and vote in the March 31 parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe.
    13 Mar 05 An MDC local councilor speaking at a campaign rally in Silalabuhwa, Insiza constituency, 600 km South West of Harare. Morgan Tsvangirai, later addressed the gathering and urged party supporters to go and vote in the March 31 parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe.
  • 14 Mar 05
Sam Sipepa Nkomo, Chief Executive officer of the banned, The Daily News in Zimbabwe talks to journalists after a Supreme Court that the paper should reapply to the Media and Information Commission. The Daily News, Zimbabwe's most critical newspaper was banned in September 2003 and the decision by the Supreme court comes ahead of parliamentary elections set for March 31.
    14 Mar 05 Sam Sipepa Nkomo, Chief Executive officer of the banned, The Daily News in Zimbabwe talks to journalists after a Supreme Court that the paper should reapply to the Media and Information Commission. The Daily News, Zimbabwe's most critical newspaper was banned in September 2003 and the decision by the Supreme court comes ahead of parliamentary elections set for March 31.
  • 15 Mar 05
Two posters belonging to the two main political main parties in Zimbabwe. The ruling ZANU PF and the main opposition party MDC.
    15 Mar 05 Two posters belonging to the two main political main parties in Zimbabwe. The ruling ZANU PF and the main opposition party MDC.
  • 17 Mar 05
President Robert Mugabe greets the crowd upon arrival at a rally in Gutu, 220 km south of Harare. Mugabe addressed a crowd of about 7000 people ahead of the parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe.
    17 Mar 05 President Robert Mugabe greets the crowd upon arrival at a rally in Gutu, 220 km south of Harare. Mugabe addressed a crowd of about 7000 people ahead of the parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe.
  • 17 Mar 05
ZANU PF supporters chant the party slogans at Robert Mugabes rally in Gutu.
    17 Mar 05 ZANU PF supporters chant the party slogans at Robert Mugabes rally in Gutu.
  • 18 Mar 05
President Robert Mugabe greets party supporters upon arrival at rally in Norton, 40 km east of Harare.
    18 Mar 05 President Robert Mugabe greets party supporters upon arrival at rally in Norton, 40 km east of Harare.
  • 20 Mar 05
Morgan Tsvangirai and Heather Bennet, the wife of imprisoned MDC MP Roy Bennett who was jailed for a year with hard labor for shoving an abusive ZANU PF minister in the Zimbabwean parliament address a rally in Nyanyadzi, 370 km Southeast of Harare.
    20 Mar 05 Morgan Tsvangirai and Heather Bennet, the wife of imprisoned MDC MP Roy Bennett who was jailed for a year with hard labor for shoving an abusive ZANU PF minister in the Zimbabwean parliament address a rally in Nyanyadzi, 370 km Southeast of Harare.
  • 23 Mar 05
ZANU PF supporters sing and dance at a rally in Tsholotsho about 550 km south west of Harare where President Mugabe held a rally ahead of parliamentary elections.
    23 Mar 05 ZANU PF supporters sing and dance at a rally in Tsholotsho about 550 km south west of Harare where President Mugabe held a rally ahead of parliamentary elections.
  • 23 Mar 05
Two election supervisors at an election rally in Tsholotsho about 550 km south west of Harare where President Mugabe held a rally ahead of parliamentary elections.
    23 Mar 05 Two election supervisors at an election rally in Tsholotsho about 550 km south west of Harare where President Mugabe held a rally ahead of parliamentary elections.
  • 24 Mar 05
Morgan Tsvangirai, the main opposition leader in Zimbabwe addresses a rally in Chitungwiza, 35 km east of Harare.
    24 Mar 05 Morgan Tsvangirai, the main opposition leader in Zimbabwe addresses a rally in Chitungwiza, 35 km east of Harare.
  • 25 Mar 05
Morgan Tsvangirai addresses his supporters at a rally in Ruwa, 15 km east of Harare.
    25 Mar 05 Morgan Tsvangirai addresses his supporters at a rally in Ruwa, 15 km east of Harare.
  • 25 Mar 05
Children sit on top of a bus shelter at a MDC rally in Ruwa, 15 km east of Harare.
    25 Mar 05 Children sit on top of a bus shelter at a MDC rally in Ruwa, 15 km east of Harare.
  • 27 Mar 05
Movement for Democratic Change supporters chant the party's slogan while going to a rally in Highfields.
    27 Mar 05 Movement for Democratic Change supporters chant the party's slogan while going to a rally in Highfields.
  • 27 Mar 05
Police officers keep a close eye at an MDC rally in Highfileds.
    27 Mar 05 Police officers keep a close eye at an MDC rally in Highfileds.
  • 29 Mar 05
Women take time to listen to Morgan Tsvangirai addressing a rally in Buhera, about 243 km Southeast of Harare.
    29 Mar 05 Women take time to listen to Morgan Tsvangirai addressing a rally in Buhera, about 243 km Southeast of Harare.
  • 28 Mar 05
An armed member of the police walks past a ZANU PF supporter with Robert Mugabes poster at a rally in Chivhu.
    28 Mar 05 An armed member of the police walks past a ZANU PF supporter with Robert Mugabes poster at a rally in Chivhu.
  • 31 Mar 05
Polling station in Epworth, just outside Harare.
    31 Mar 05 Polling station in Epworth, just outside Harare.
  • 31 Mar 05
People queue up at a polling station in Glen Norah on election day in Zimbabwe.
    31 Mar 05 People queue up at a polling station in Glen Norah on election day in Zimbabwe.
  • 31 Mar 05
Queue at a polling station in Glen View.
    31 Mar 05 Queue at a polling station in Glen View.
  • 31 Mar 05
President Robert Mugabe casts his vote at a polling station in Harare.
    31 Mar 05 President Robert Mugabe casts his vote at a polling station in Harare.
  • 31 Mar 05
A woman casts her vote at a polling station in Harare. Zimbabwe is holding its parliamentary elections in a mostly peaceful atmosphere.
    31 Mar 05 A woman casts her vote at a polling station in Harare. Zimbabwe is holding its parliamentary elections in a mostly peaceful atmosphere.
  • 31 Mar 05
President Robert Mugabe speaks to journalists soon after casting his vote.
    31 Mar 05 President Robert Mugabe speaks to journalists soon after casting his vote.
  • 31 Mar 05
Counting of ballot papers begun the same evening at various polling stations throughout the country.
    31 Mar 05 Counting of ballot papers begun the same evening at various polling stations throughout the country.
  • 31 Mar 05
Election officials at a polling station in Seke counting ballot papers.
    31 Mar 05 Election officials at a polling station in Seke counting ballot papers.
  • 02 Apr 05
President Robert Mugabe, addresses journalists at State House in Harare. ZANU PF won the parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe while the opposition claimed poll to be a “massive fraud”.
    02 Apr 05 President Robert Mugabe, addresses journalists at State House in Harare. ZANU PF won the parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe while the opposition claimed poll to be a “massive fraud”.
  • 02 Apr 05
President Robert Mugabe, addresses journalists at State House in Harare. ZANU PF won the parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe while the opposition claimed poll to be a “massive fraud”.
    02 Apr 05 President Robert Mugabe, addresses journalists at State House in Harare. ZANU PF won the parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe while the opposition claimed poll to be a “massive fraud”.
  • 05 April 05
Julian Simmons, right and Toby Harnden, British journalists with The Sunday Telegraph get out of a prison truck while handcuffed. The two appeared in court in Norton. They were arrested after being caught covering pre-election activities in Zimbabwe without accreditation. Both were denied bail and remanded in custody.
    05 April 05 Julian Simmons, right and Toby Harnden, British journalists with The Sunday Telegraph get out of a prison truck while handcuffed. The two appeared in court in Norton. They were arrested after being caught covering pre-election activities in Zimbabwe without accreditation. Both were denied bail and remanded in custody.
  • 05 April 05
Julian Simmons, right and Toby Harnden, British journalists with The Sunday Telegraph get out of a prison truck while handcuffed. The two appeared in court in Norton. They were arrested after being caught covering pre-election activities in Zimbabwe without accreditation. Both were denied bail and remanded in custody.
    05 April 05 Julian Simmons, right and Toby Harnden, British journalists with The Sunday Telegraph get out of a prison truck while handcuffed. The two appeared in court in Norton. They were arrested after being caught covering pre-election activities in Zimbabwe without accreditation. Both were denied bail and remanded in custody.