Saturday, December 5, 2020

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...

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...

Cecil Kop still packed with interesting wildlife

By Ngoni Shumba Cecil Kop has had a crocodile in its Tiger’s Kloof dam for 39 years now – single, and solitary all the way. Sounds...

Leopard Rock Hotel’s magnificent Castle 

By Norma Tsopo The ancient feel, history, and beautiful scenery make Leopard Rock Hotel’s Castle a major attraction – perhaps as much as the iconic...

Giving magic to Mtarazi Falls

By Norma Tsopo There are people who are so intelligent and gifted such that they will transform the ordinary into something extraordinary. Doug and Bernie...

Mt Inyangani tourist disappearances – local ‘miracles’, international headaches

By Norma Tsopo NYANGA - Mt Nyangani’s infamous – untraceable and scientifically unexplained human disappearances have the world in a spell. Neither myth nor legend –...

Great Zimbabwe Monument’s refined offshoot in Matendera

By Norma Tsopo BUHERA - Lost to admirers of the exquisite architectural genius of the Great Zimbabwe Monuments is a not so hidden treasure trove...
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