His name is Fred. When we asked him what made him happy, he shook his head and walked away.
a boy sits at a bus stop
Mbare, a high-density township in the south of Harare.
A group of boys plays pool in Mbare
A car wreck blends in with its environment against a backdrop of Zanu PF election posters, at Caledonia Farm, a sprawling settlement with a mixture of houses and shacks south of Harare. Thousands of people whose homes were destroyed during the 2005 demolitions now reside here.
Free T-shirts given out by Zanu PF before elections in July 2013. The words "Indigenise, Empower, Develop, Employ" represent President Mugabe's promises for the future.
A man wearing a Zanu T-Shirt and a hat bearing Robert Mugabe's signature in Epworth, a suburb in south-eastern Harare. The suburb was one of the most affected by Operation Murambatsvina ('Drive out Filth') in 2005, where entire neighbourhoods that the government claimed were violating building codes were flattened by bulldozers. Today, unemployment here is extremely high.
"Say no to Mugabe", Caledonia Farm.
Mbare, a high-density suburb of Harare
Mbare, a high density township in the south of Harare.
A group of Friday Apostles during mass, Mbare. The Christian group seeks to reestablish the life and discipline of the primitive church by a literal observance of the precepts of continence and poverty.
"air time" is the term used in Zimbabwe for phone credit - it can be purchased almost anywhere, as here in Epworth.
Election posters outside the Zanu PF headquarters, Harare. For more about the symbolism in this picture, listen to "Chicken to Change" by South Africa's band Freshly Ground.
Zanu PF election poster on the side of the road
A Zanu PF election poster covers a sign saying "AIDS is everyone's responsibility - make the right choice."
an orphaned child near Caledonia Farm
a couple with their orphaned grandchild, Victoria Falls
Cleaner at work, Victoria Falls Hotel
Three men have a drink at one of the oldest pubs in Bulawayo
A specimen of the famous Baobab tree, Hwange.