"Where can I go now?" asks Temptation Tekera.
He is one of an estimated 20,000 street vendors in Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe.
The vendors sell everything from sweet potatoes to new and used footwear to pirated CDs. Goods splay across the sidewalks, making it a minefield for pedestrians in a hurry.
Now the government wants the vendors to pack up their wares and register and pay rent for one of 6,000 places in designated zones. The deadline is June 26. The goal is to restore order to the once sedate city.