By Norma Tsopo BUHERA – The existence of a thriving Ndebele community deep among the Shona has been vexing observers for decades.
By Norma Tsopo Shona stone sculptors feel their dying art is on the mend as tourists begin to warm up to Zimbabwe’s rich attractions.
By Norma Tsopo MUTARE – In a bid to bridge communication barriers with their Bantu servants, white colonialists cobbled together Zulu, English and Afrikaans to create a hybrid dialect – Fanagalo, a Bantu pidgin that would serve as their language of instruction.
By Norma Tsopo MUTARE – If there is any one person who made the most contributions to Mutare Museum it was Darrel Herbert Charles Plowes.
By Norma Tsopo MUTARE – Johannes Lovemore Landini’s confidence as one of Mutare city’s finest weavers borders on arrogance.