Tuesday, October 18th, 2016
For the patriotic Zimbabwean and lover of landscapes, Juliasdale will trump Nyanga every time. Forget the rows of exotic spy pines and misty streams filled with foreign-sponsored, regime-change agent trout. Juliasdale is what much of Nyanga used to look like, before it became lumber forests and golf courses. The bush is indigenous, and unlike amidst
Thursday, August 20th, 2015
In a bid to boost the appreciation and profile of organic food and drink in Zimbabwe, Koovha Creative Hub and Gallery will host the first ever edition of ‘Ecofest’ next month in Juliasdale. Koovha, which is based...