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Joram Mariga

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera Joram Mariga has been called the “Father of Zimbabwean Sculpture” because of his influence on the local artistic community starting in...

Nesbitt Castle

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera A 20th century neo-gothic castle near Bulawayo. Formerly known as Holdengarde Castle after Theodore Holdengarde who built it in the 1920s....

Mount Selinda

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera Sitting on an east-facing slope on the edge of Chirinda Forest Botanical Reserve, Mount Selinda is a village and mission station...

Joseph Ndandarika

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera A Zimbabwean sculptor born in Salisbury, Rhodesia (Harare, Zimbabwe). He grew up in Rusape in the 1940s. Ndandarika is well-known for...

Hillside Dams

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera Known to be one of King Lobengula’s favorite villages to relax at, its history dates back to the Stone Age; various...

Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera Located in Bulawayo, it was opened in 1973 by ex-game ranger Vivian Wilson and his wife, Paddy. It is a safe...

Colleen Madamombe

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera Defying the male dominance of the sculpting world, Colleen Madamombe was a female sculptor whose work showcased themes of womanhood, motherhood...

Chirinda Forest Botanical Reserve

Located on the slopes of Mount Selinda 30km south of Chipinge, Chirinda Forest Botanical Reserve is situated on two hilltops on dolerite derived soils....

Mount Nyangani

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera The highest mountain in Zimbabwe at 2,592m (8,504 ft.) Mount Nyangani is located in the Nyanga National Park 110km north of...

Bridal Veil Falls (Chimanimani)

Elizabeth D.T. Taderera A waterfall located within the boundaries of Chimanimani National Park and famous for its natural beauty. Bridal Veil Falls has become a...

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