Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Taking Out My Choppers With Robert Mukondiwa Great food needs a great day to be consumed. Let your choppers really sink into the food with no worries in the world and counting the “mandated” at least 20 chews of food per mouthful without chasing the clock in this hectic world of...
Zvikomborero Mandangu Appreciating Art The First International Congress of African Culture (ICAC) took place on August 1, 1962 at what was then the National Gallery of Rhodesia. The main thrust of the congress was to explore the influence of art and culture from Africa on the world. As the congress proceeded, leading...
Robert Mukondiwa Bringing Out My Choppers Making my way to Tinkabell’s Restaurant last week for a meal with the team ushered a new reality to me. Nestled in the bodice of Adbennie is the much talked about spot that I had long since heard about and was soon to discover. Unfortunately,...
Mugove Chigada Golfers are different in the way they react to pressure. There are those that flourish and those that choke and produce the worst when expectations are high. And there are different situations that bring pressure. It could be the player going into a tournament as top-ranked or trying to maintain...
Christopher Farai Charamba Travelling Toes The African continent is a wonderful marvel. Unfortunately, many Africans are denied the opportunity to travel and explore this beautiful landmass they inhabit. Many do not even get the opportunity to see their own countries let alone cross borders. Aside from finances, which is perhaps the...
Mugove Chigada When actor Rob Lowe hit a state bird in mid-air in 2015, it was an unlikely occurrence at a celebrity golf game. “That’s my birdie,” he was quoted as saying. And players in his group were in stitches. The bird was just a finch, not the biggest of targets...
Bringing Out My Choppers With Robert Mukondiwa Perhaps I was raised wrong. If it isn’t champagne and caviar it is probably the heartiest six course meal fit for the woman in Buckingham Palace. That’s, or a real old fashioned sadza (remhunga) accompanied by tsunga, kafuta on the side and perhaps add...
There is an ongoing craze on the internet. People are deriving entertainment from third party applications riding off popular social sites. These are programmes provided by vendors other than the originators. A particular application called Testony is trending on Zimbabwean Facebook, where people are gratifying their humour needs through tailor made...
Rebecca E. Shapiro Zimbabwe’s safari industry is not yet as developed South Africa’s, but therein lies the charm. The country offers the friendliest locals, the most well trained game drivers and, of course, a spectacular array of scenery and wildlife. As the largest national park in Zimbabwe (and the third largest...
Taking out my choppers With Robert Mukondiwa In another life and different circumstances, would I choose to have been born another race or nationality other than Zimbabwean? I’m certain I wouldn’t trade. This is, after all, akin to winning the lottery of life. I would, however, keenly swap our very bland...