Thursday, August 16, 2018
Chipo Sabeta Preparations are at an advanced stage for a true festive feast of polo at Bushman Rock Safaris which is hosting the third annual Carrick Ambassadors Cup. Bushman Rock Safaris managing director  Jonathan Passapotis says they have upped their game to educate locals and expand interest in a sport regarded...
Chipo Sabeta and Daphne Machiri HIGHLY acclaimed Zimbabwean FIFA football agent and intermediary Ellen Chiwenga says she is ready to help Zimbabwe unlock the huge economic opportunities that are abound in the football industry. Chiwenga, who has vast experience at international level, said football is not only a community-building sport but...
Arts Correspondent Art patronage has existed for the past centuries where kings and noble man would support artists, painters and sculptors. It plays a huge part of the history of art. Art patronage was usually done as a way of enhancing the elite’s social status and prestige. Fast forward to...
Chipo Sabeta Newly-signed Khama Billiat can afford to allow himself a big smile when he picks up his first pay packet at Kaizer Chiefs. The Zimbabwean international reportedly turned down the opportunity to further his career with Zamaleck of Egypt and other European teams preferring a dance with the Soweto giants. Questions...
Rapper Akon is building a new futuristic 'Crypto city,' in Senegal, which will trade exclusively in his own digital cash currency called AKoin. The US-born singer, who is of Senegalese descent, says his futuristic city will be built on a 2,000-acre land gifted to him by the President of Senegal,...
Tawanda Musarurwa The Mutarazi Falls, which are set a few kilometres south of the Pungwe Gorge, are the highest waterfalls in Zimbabwe, the second highest in Africa and 17th in the world (a 762 metre drop). The Mutarazi Falls are located within the vastness of the Nyanga National Park. The falls occur...
Some tree aged between aged 1 100 and 2 500 years n Baobab is the biggest and longest-living flowering tree Some of Africa’s oldest and biggest baobab trees — a few dating all the way back to the ancient Greeks — have abruptly died, wholly or in part, in the...
The industrialisation of agriculture began some 100 years ago. We are now witnessing its digitalisation. But a wave of big data may sweep farmers off their land, unless they mark out a course in good time and decide which problems digital technologies should address. In the future, young farmers are...
As passengers are once again pictured carrying suitcases off a burning plane, we should re-assess our priorities — and our knowledge of proper safety procedure, says Simon Calder. When next you fly, assess your cabin baggage. Not to see if it will conform with the airlines’ ever-more complex range of...
The future of the skies is being defined this week in Zurich, Switzerland, as the most progressive government and industry leaders dedicate themselves to advancing autonomous aviation, through community engagement, in the interest of society. The challenges facing drones and personal aerial transport are many, and well-defined solutions that propel...