Saturday, September 23, 2017
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...
Mugove Chigada THE home team always has an inherent advantage but this is difficult to prove in golf without all the statistics. If home advantage is fact, the Zimbabwe select team of amateurs stands a chance when they take part at the All Africa Golf team championships in October at the...
Tinashe Makichi Dolce and Gabbana 2017 summer fragrances, Light Blue Intense for him and her, have hit the local market.  The fragrances are an improved version from the hugely popular Light Blue which was introduced in 2001. Dolce & Gabbana Africa brand manager Kirsty Roberts spoke highly of the brands and highlighted...
Taurai Mangudhla After almost landing the United Nations World tourism organisation secretary general post, falling two votes shy of victory in May, Tourism and Hospitality Minister Dr Walter Mzembi is a success story in his own right. Dr Mzembi made history by becoming the first African to get that close to...
Christopher Farai Charamba It is often whispered that there is not much to do for recreation, particularly in the capital, save for imbibing in some open area where one can feast on flame grilled meat and listen to music from the back of a car. Those with the penchant for adventure...
Mugove Chigada After Greg Bentley powered to the top of the leader-board on Tuesday at the BET Glendower tournament in South Africa, the Zimbabwean golfer admitted that the course is one of the most difficult. Bentley emerged from the first round with a seven-under-par 65. He didn’t single out a certain hole...
Christopher Farai Charamba One of my favourite foods is peanut butter rice. Since I was a young boy I have been smitten over this starch delicacy. They say a child will always have affection for their mother’s cooking but when it comes to peanut butter rice I’d say my grandmother...