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Victoria Falls Bridge

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera Originally referred to as the Great Zambesi or simply the Zambezi Bridge before being changed to Victoria Falls Bridge. It crosses...

Khami Ruins

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera Once the capital of the Kalanga Kingdom of Butwa of the Torwa dynasty for about 200 years from around 1450 and...

Kariba Dam

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera This double curvature concrete arch dam is 128m (420ft) tall and 579m (1900ft) long, forming Lake Kariba which stretches for 280...

Mwenezi River

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera Flowing through both Zimbabwe and Mozambique, it originates in south central Zimbabwe flowing south-east along the Mwenezi River Valley. In the...

Lake Mutirikwi

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera Located to the south-east of Masvingo, Zimbabwe, Lake Mutirikwi was formerly known as Lake Kyle. It was named after the Kyle...

Njelele Shrine

By Elizabeth D.T Taderera The Njelele Shrine is considered a holy and sanctified place, a rainmaking shrine located on the southwestern fringes of Zimbabwe’s Matobo...

Brunapeg

Located close to the international border with Botswana in the extreme southwest of Zimbabwe, Brunapeg is an urban center in Mangwe District. It is...

Amakhosi Theatre

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera Established by Cont Mhlanga in 1981, it is also known as the Amakhosi Academy of Performing Arts. It is based in...

Matusadona National Park

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera Located on the southern shore of Lake Kariba in the north of Zimbabwe, Matusadona’s name was derived from the local Matuzviadonha...

IYASA

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera A Zimbabwean dance group that is based in Bulawayo. It was started in 2001 by Nkululeko Innocent Dube as a drama...

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