Only Skydivers Know Why the Birds Sing

By: Catriona Borman and Gus Cameron Photos by Catriona Borman During the month of July, Mashonaland Skydivers was fortunate enough to host the well known and...

Bringing together Zimbabwean and African Digital Artists

COMEXPOSED By Kundai Chihambakwe “There are still some people out there who believe comic books are nothing more than, well, comic books. But the true cognoscenti...

MORINGA

The One Stop Shop for Nutrients By Tracy Mapfumo   Have you ever imagined what a nutritional powerhouse would look like? Its face would be the Moringa...

Death by Plastic: The Prize Giving

This year, World Environment Day was held on June 5th 2018 with the theme of “Beat Plastic Pollution.” In Zimbabwe, to help raise awareness about the need protection...

A Little Shaken and a Little Stirred

The Art of Mixology By Kundai Chihambakwe and Ashler Jaya On a pleasantly warm and sunny Saturday afternoon in winter, I popped down the road for my...

Winter, Aloes and Sunbirds

By Ian Riddell, BirdLife Zimbabwe Our familiar summer visitors have winged their way back to the northern hemisphere, where they are already well into raising new young...

Oasis Zimbabwe

By Lisa Harrison and Asha Emmerson Oasis Zimbabwe was established in 2002 with a passionate team committed to empowering the most vulnerable in Zimbabwean communities....

TREE OF THE MONTH

Adenium multiflorum By JP Felu Family: Apocynaceae   Botanical names: Adenium multiflorum (Adenium obesum var multiflorum) Common names: Sabi Star, Impala Lily, Desert Rose, T: Mbwayumba, Sh: Chisvosve Adenium multiflorum...

Harare City Walking Tours

By: Nyati Tours Harare, the city that never sleeps, boasts of a welcoming and friendly population, rich heritage, a range of arts and culture...

The Versatility of Rosella

By Tracy Mapfumo Hibiscus sabdariffa, commonly known as Rosella or Jamaica sorrel is a versatile plant known for its edible dark red calyces. Although it...