Holiday Inn Mutare – a jewel in Mutare’s crown

By Norma Tsopo

Sheltered against the mountain ridge of Cecil Kop and a strew of mountains, hillocks and ridges that form the periphery of the Bvumba Mountains – Mutare lies in a verdant valley with an undisputed claim to being the most picturesque city in the country. Continue reading Holiday Inn Mutare – a jewel in Mutare’s crown

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Musangano Lodge – an archetypal rural Zimbabwean village, and more

By Norma Tsopo

A thick swirl of dust billowed into the air as we pulled into Champion Mine road, off the Harare-Mutare highway. Continue reading Musangano Lodge – an archetypal rural Zimbabwean village, and more

Faith healing craze threaten Zimbabwe’s public health

By Norma Tsopo

HARARE – Government has expressed worry over the deeply religious nation’s craze to consult faith and traditional healers as they threaten its professional health care interventions amidst the emergence of a drug-resistant HIV strain. Continue reading Faith healing craze threaten Zimbabwe’s public health

Buffalo Range Airport underutilized

By Nason Mutambaneshiri

CHIREDZI – Conveniently located in a high tourist niche market Buffalo Range Airport, a mere 13 kilometres out of Chiredzi, has been identified as a key agriculture and tourism enabler of strategic significance in the low veld. Continue reading Buffalo Range Airport underutilized

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