By Norma Tsopo HARARE – A slump in tourist visits at the turn of the millennium ended Shona stone sculpture’s commercial viability.
By Norma Tsopo MUTARE – Lightning making claims by the Manyika people in eastern Zimbabwe has been marveled at but often been dismissed as a stunning-if-but-true dark art.
By Norma Tsopo BUHERA – Lost to admirers of the exquisite architectural genius of the Great Zimbabwe Monuments is a not so hidden treasure trove of its more refined offshoots.
By Norma Tsopo MUTARE – Nestling in a sprawling 7,438-square metre security-walled expanse garden Golden Peacock Villa Hotel has since its establishment in 2012 been more than an integral accommodation infrastructure of Manicaland’s tourism industry.
By Norma Tsopo CHIMANIMANI – Like the biblical pool of Bethsaida, Nyanyadzi Hot Spring is famed for treating a raft of debilitating infirmities. They grant wishes even, locals say. But it is its famed miracle healing potency that has people flocking to it from across the country.