Zimbabweans celebrate as President Robert Mugabe's regime crumbles
People cheer a passing Zimbabwe Defense Force military vehicle during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe, on Nov. 18, 2017, in Harare.
Zimbabwe was set, Saturday, for more political turmoil with protests planned as veterans of the independence war, activists and ruling party leaders called publicly for the president to be forced from office.
People greet soldiers as they take part in a march along the city's streets, heading for a solidarity rally, on the removal of President Robert Mugabe. The Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) has taken over the control of the running of the country with Mugabe, under house arrest for days.
People gesture and shout slogans during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Zimbabwe's president, Saturday, in Harare.
People hold an anti-Grace Mugabe placard during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Robert Mugabe.
Euphoric crowds greet armed soldiers while marching on the streets of Harare, demanding the departure of President Robert Mugabe, Saturday. Zimbabweans giddy with joy raced through intersections, raising their arms in triumph.
People carry placards and wave flags, Saturday, during a demostrations in Harare.
A masked Zimbabwean soldier looks on as people demonstrate to demand the resignation of Zimbabwe's president.
Tens of thousands of overjoyed protesters flooded Zimbabwe's streets, Saturday, celebrating the crumbling of president's ruthless regime, which had controlled the country for nearly 40 years.
Major General Sibusiso Moyo addresses protestors, demanding the 93 year-old president step down, after soldiers put up a road block in the streets of Harare, Saturday.
Robert Mugabe clings to office, the military is in power and the much-feared ZANU-PF party still rules -- but Zimbabweans put such issues aside, Saturday, to embrace what they hope is a new era for the country.
A man sells newspapers, Saturday in Harare.
A man carries a placard as a demonstration marches towards the Zimbabwean State House while calling for Robert Mugabe to step down.
Zimbabwean soldiers bump fists with joyful protesters thanking them near Zimbabwe Grounds in Harare, Zimbabwe Saturday.
People take part in a march along the city's streets, heading for a solidarity rally, on the removal of President Robert Mugabe.
People attempt to move forward on the road to State House in Harare, on Saturday. Earlier euphoric crowds of several thousand people gathered in Zimbabwe's capital to demand the departure of President Robert Mugabe after nearly four decades in power.
A women takes a selfie with soldiers at an anti President Mugabe rally held by the War Veterans as part mass action protests that have brought the city to a stand still in Harare, Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe military took control of the running of the country on Nov. 15, 2017, with Robert Mugabe, being under house arrest for days, but making his first public appearance at a University graduation ceremony on Nov. 17, 2017.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe, left, confers awards for the students with the leading theses, as he presides over a graduation ceremony at Zimbabwe Open University on the outskirts of Harare, Zimbabwe, Friday. Mugabe is making his first public appearance since the military put him under house arrest earlier this week.
Tens of thousands gather at Zimbabwe Grounds in Harare, demonstrating for the ouster of the 93-year-old leader who is virtually powerless and deserted by most of his allies.
A man wears extrovert headgear as part of mass action protests that have brought the city to a stand still in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Zimbabweans giddy with joy raced through intersections, raising their arms in triumph.
A couple wearing face paint of the national flag join tens of thousands demanding that President Robert Mugabe stand down after nearly four decades in power.