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Innovative Tweet-a-Cab-Hre Concept

Tweet-a-Cab Harare a new innovative Taxi Service making waves in Harare. It’s really cool just had post this picture. Whatsapp and Twitter present endless possibilities for companies to be innovative and adapt to ever growing changes in trends. Next time you are in Harare, just tweet-a-cab!!!! It’s @tweetacabhre or whatsapp 0772833183 RT @joeblackzw: Is it … Continue reading

Makooba: Zimbabwe’s hottest musical export

Exuberant youthful energy bursting with natural talent and contagious rhythm, the six young men of Mokoomba are Zimbabwe’s next generation of hope. Mokoomba’s story is one of diversity and perseverance. The group hails from the Victoria Falls region of Zimbabwe, popular for its natural beauty, the Victoria Falls (Mosi-oa-Tunya) and the world’s largest bungee jump … Continue reading

Originally posted on NaisEntertainment:
Big screen The much-hyped movie version of the comic Gringo television drama series, “Gringo Troublemaker”, is set to hit the big screens in February. The drama series dominated the Zimbabwean television screens in the late 1990s, into the early 2000s. The director of the movie, Ben Mahaka, confirmed the development and…

Originally posted on Africa is a Country (Old Site):
Sadira Joaquim works on her family’s farmland. Instead of the initially promised two hectares of productive farmland, families were given only one hectare of unproductive farmland—hardly enough to support a family, let alone sell produce on the far away markets. Sadira is only 20 years old…

Originally posted on 52 books or bust:
I found White Dog Fell From The Sky by Eleanor Morse on a number of ‘must read’ lists for 2013. It was just released in early January and has had some buzz surrounding it. The story is set largely in Botswana and centers on Isaac, an educated, black, political…

Chashe – Dhi (Lyric Video)

Dhi, the debut single by singer/songwriter Chashe, is a catchy feel-good song that remembers young love. In her own words, “Dhi takes you back to that first, the love that you were so “into”, it consumed everything about you, so much that you didn’t care what rules you broke along the way!” The song has … Continue reading

Originally posted on Afrography:
Photographed by: Michael Holford, Admin of afrography.com So finally! Here is one for the birdies! East Africa really has so much to offer it is scary. Over the vast planes of the Serengeti, a kill is an extremely good commodity to have to yourself. It is a place where one can…

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