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Hundreds of women in Zimbabwe on Saturday demonstrated against President Robert Mugabe’s government by beating pots, symbolizing a nation facing starvation and economic hardships.

The march organised by the main opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), dubbed the #BeatThePot campaign, took place in Zimbabwe’s second largest city of Bulawayo. 311 more words

Model A Ford...

This is a lovely photogenic, family car!

Owned by the Sherfield family its often used for outings to the Matopos.

It goes well too! I had to hang out of the passenger seat to get these pics, and it was a little hair raising! 48 more words



A while ago, I watched a film called “Zimbabwe’s Forgotten Children”.  What go to me the most was the fact that just 25 cents could make such a profound difference in a child’s life. 237 more words


Khami Ruins...

The ruins are very close to Bulawayo; an easy drive through the Western Suburbs and industrial sites. Well kept, the paths neatly cut with good signage, makes Khami a great place to spend an afternoon. 291 more words


Dust Roads...

Taken in the Matopos, fairly late in the afternoon, the shadows lengthening.

Mtshelele Dam (above) taken at lunch time, the bright African sun making it difficult to take pics. 76 more words


Did you say EDUCATION?

It is a fact that we are never certain about the future. Nevertheless we all at some point plan, set goals and targets to reach. We put our plans in action and execute hoping for a favorable outcome right? 696 more words


Zimbabwe, You meet the nicest people

With some trepidation, we set out early in the morning for the border crossing from Botswana to Zimbabwe at the Ramokgwebane/Plumtree Border Post. Why some trepidation? 4,865 more words