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.
By Jacqueline Muchazoreka MUTARE – Talented Mutare filmmaker – Thabiso Daudi Phiri’s zero-budget film A Tale Of Old Lovers came third in this year’s Hi5 Non Dialogue Short Film Competition held at the Zimbabwe International Film Festival in Harare recently.
Staff Writer MUTARE – Musangano Lodge hosted an interactive murder mystery dinner show engaging their guests in an investigative thriller as they feasted on a fantastic four-course plated dinner.