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Animals in the Wild : A Photo A Week Challenge

This week, Nancy at Nancy Merrill Photography is looking for photos of Anmals that are not domestic, and I have a few from our holiday last year in the Zimbabwe bush.   55 more words

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A GIRL NAMED ZIMBABWE

Wrapped in a black dress that caressed the curves of her hips and hugged the outline of her thighs, she exhaled. She was beautiful, and as I gazed into her hazel colored eyes that seemed to mirror the reflections of a damaged soul, she told me the story of a broken heart. 545 more words

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SHOCK AS WOMAN FINDS HER HUSBAND HIDING IN LODGER’S BEDROOM

Of all the reported tales of mischief by married men, this one from Bulawayo should have been captured in the Guinness Book of Records.

A man from Newton West suburb took his wife by surprise when he allegedly tiptoed to their fellow female tenant’s bedroom where he was later found hiding in the wardrobe after being interrupted doing only what God knows. 289 more words

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PRISON SENTENCE FOR LOBBYING TO LIFT ZIMBABWE SANCTIONS IN USA

We reported last year that 2 men were being prosecuted in the federal District Court in Chicago for engaging in “public relations, political consulting and lobbying” US officials to lift sanctions against President Robert Mugabe and others on the US Zimbabwe sanctions list, in exchange for the promise of payment. 148 more words

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A comment on the proposed local government legislation

Amanda Atwood, Kubatana

When I first heard that the UNDP was acting as technical support to the Ministry of Local Government which was reviewing Zimbabwe’s local government legislation, I was excited. 589 more words

Baboon Hooligans ?!

In the humorous travel anthology “Not So Funny When It Happened,” Australian writer Jayce White recalls a trip to Zimbabwe in which he was awakened one morning in his humble accommodations — a round thatched hut at Victoria Falls — by an infernal uproar. 185 more words

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