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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...

Chinhoyi Caves ‘The sleeping pool’

The breathtaking Chinhoyi Caves are in North Central Zimbabwe in the Makonde District, 9 km from Chinhoyi and approximately 115km from the capital City...

Mancala (Tsoro) Game

In my personal opinion, I don’t think you can fully appreciate the Zimbabwean culture until you have lived in other countries across the globe....

Tugwi Trust

Background Tugwi Trust is a charitable organisation registered in Zimbabwe in 2005 to formalise the work that had been started by Mr. I. J Midzi...

Zimbabwe Bird

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera The national emblem that appears on the national flag, the coats of arms of both Zimbabwe and Rhodesia, as well on...
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Birchenough Bridge

By Elizabeth D.T Taderera Considered to be one of the country’s best pieces of engineering, it appeared on the former Zimbabwe twenty-cent coin. The Birchenough...

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...

National Heroes Acre

By Elizabeth D.T. Taderera The national monument and burial ground located seven kilometers from Harare towards Norton. The site is 57 acres. Its stated purpose...

The Great Zimbabwe Ruins

By Elizabeth D.T Taderera The first time visiting the ancient city of Zimbabwe will be breathtaking, it is located in the south eastern hills of...
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Victoria Falls – Natural Wonder of the World

Victoria Falls is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Twice as tall as Niagara Falls, and many times longer; statistically speaking,...

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