Category Archives: dance

Basket Case II Exhibition

Basket Case II Exhibition @ National Gallery of Zimbabwe is on until 15th December. The EUNIC Zimbabwe Cluster (British Council, Alliance Française and the Zimbabwe German Society) and the National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare, would like to invite you to … Continue reading

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Jacada Travel talks to Clive Stockil about communities and conservation…

Interview with the award-winning conservationist pioneer, Clive Stockil – http://www.jacadatravel.com/articles/interview-award-winning-conservationist-pioneer-clive-stockil/9992 Whether in a dinner jacket…………. Or in his more normal bush attire……. Clive Stockil stands for Conservation…… And Communities in equal measure…….

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Portfolios, pedals, people and pop-ups-Painted Wolf Wines in 2013….

Read the link below and my further notes below that,  for a resume of the year 2013, an exciting and successful year in the life of Painted Wolf Wines and Zimbabwe’s wild dogs! Portfolios, pedals, people and pop-ups – Painted … Continue reading

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Cinderella pantomime and pasta with roasted cherry tomato salsa…

Why does Buttons look so worried? And have you ever seen an uglier pair of ugly sisters? We are off to the Zimbabwean Reps production of Cinderella pantomime tonight..accompanied by the grand babies from the bush, who love dressing up … Continue reading

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Bootcamp, ballet and rhinos….!

At home in Harare after the British trip, and after the variable weather of the British Isles, we enjoy the warmth of our Harare garden, and catch up with Kelli’s news…after months of fitness Bootcamp and eight weeks of intense … Continue reading

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Mahenye dancers practice for the Harare Carnival

We drive into a family compound in the Mahenye village to watch two dance teams display their prowess, before they head off to the Harare Carnival…The painted huts are a delight….I am always struck by the beauty and intensity of … Continue reading

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Machangana Culture

Visit my page: Machangana Culture. what an inspiring community the Machangana, (Shangaan ) people are…..thoroughly embracing modern technology and a competitive world, yet they embrace and respect cultural and family tradition as well…

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Chilo Gorge Gardens and the “snuff box” plant-Oncoba spinosa

Chilo Gardens are looking ever more lush, and our all-indigenous policy is paying dividends as the season progresses from drought conditions to intense rainstorms! One of my favourite plants in bloom now, in front of our future dance arena, is … Continue reading

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