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MaDzimbahwe Explorer is a tourism portal with informative, upbeat and inspirational articles about Zimbabwe not only for the benefit foreign nature lovers, thrill seekers and travelers but its citizenry. We hope to not tell the complete story of this beautiful, friendly and upwardly mobile southern African country by going beyond its world class natural endowments, mystic ancient cities, impressively diverse ecology and soothing climate to the story of its people – urbane and less so. This would naturally include its fashion, culinary talents, and distinct arts – visual and performance.

Chirinda forest, a hidden gem

by NORMA TSOPO CHIRINDA forest – a moist evergreen Zanzibar-Ihambane transitional rainforest, is a colossal ecological treasure trove of rare vegetation, birds, reptiles, insects and...

Chimanimani Mountains invites

by NORMA TSOPO CHIMANIMANI – a narrow passage, is a name derived from a narrow pass through which Musapa River flows (see picture) in the...

Great African Lion roar themes Antelope Park stay

By Norma Tsopo THE piercing lion roars in the warm summer night in the sublime comfort of a roomy safari river tent at Antelope Park...

Jabulani Safari’s perfect balance

By Ngoni Shumba JABULANI Safari’s setting in Shangani Sanctuary is instructive in a country that whose agricultural enterprise and wildlife conservation efforts are in perpetual...

Italian road engineers’ Boterekwa gift

By Ngoni Shumba THERE is just not enough credit to how much Zimbabwe owes some of its finest mountain road passes to Italian road engineering...

Kariba’s iconic St Barbara Chapel

By Ngoni Shumba Roman Catholic Church in Kariba – St Barbara Chapel, is an iconic landmark on the resort town’s infrastructure. It is the only building...

Orange Grove Restaurant — for exquisite dining experience

By Norma Tsopo Appearances can be deceptive. Orange Grove Restaurant is set in the humble aboard of a two-star motel. The layout, furnishings and soft background...

CUT Hotels primed for excellence

By Norma Tsopo Sitting elegantly in the verdant Manyame River bank, Chinhoyi University of Technology (CUT) Hotel – the flagship of CUT Hotels is a...

Chinhoyi caves dying?

By Norma Tsopo Chinhoyi Caves are a unique geological wonderment – one of the country’s top five best tourist magnets. But the gothic limestone caves may...

The legend of Mbiga

By Ngoni Shumba Moral aptitude and kindness did not come with Christianity in Africa. The continent was not as savage as some would want to...
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Zimbabwe’s touristy and cultural stone sculptures

by ANDREW MAMBONDIYANI WHEN David Chimuka, a veteran sculptor in Zimbabwe’s eastern border city of Mutare, ventured into stone carving about four decades ago, he...