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If you’re anything like me, deciding what to cook every day is something of...
The 2016 Zimbabwe soccer season has come to an end and what a season it was! It was a season which saw Zimbabwe qualify for the Africa Cup of Nation finals for the third time in history. It was also the year that Caps United was crowned the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League champions after […]
T he Girl on the Train is a thrilling novel that grabs you from page one. Three narrators piece together the riveting story; Rachel, Megan and Anna, whose lives end up tragically intertwined. We first encounter Rachel, a divorcee on her commute home on a London train. At first glance, she is just an ordinary woman […]
In 2013 I visited Kampala for the first time. That is when the love affair began. Being farther up along Africa’s eastern coastline, I didn’t know what to expect from this African city. I arrived in hot humid September, during its second rainy season (second?!) to attend the Bayimba Festival. I fell in love. With […]
If you’re anything like me, deciding what to cook every day is something of a chore. Nutritious, easy to prepare, and delicious is what I aim for, but I don’t always crack it. This is where Real Food comes in – Zimbabwe’s first recipe box scheme. Sign up and all you have to do is […]
In November, desperation for water starts to peak. Chivero and other sources are at their lowest ebb, the rains haven’t set in, and taps and wells and boreholes choke on dust. Everyone is searching the skies for rain clouds, and many residents also begin to search underground as well. At around $50 per metre to […]
The Ministry of Education estimates that girls lose up to 60 days of schooling each year because they lack access to affordable and dependable sanitary wear. Add to that the stigma surrounding the natural process of menstruation, and the result is girls isolating themselves because they feel embarrassed or self conscious. Some are even forced […]