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Those who try…

Those who try to do something and fail are infinitely better than those who try nothing and succeed.  Lloyd Jones – Llyod Jones Advertisements

Zimbabwe [Music Video] by Australian boy band New Navy

On the 18th April 2011 New Navy released ‘Zimbabwe’ the first single from their debut EP ‘Ulluwatu’. The song got amazing reviews online and the music video has got over 400 000 views. Originally from a small beachside town south of Sydney in 2011 New Navy secured the top spot of the JD Set competition … Continue reading

Chiwoniso : The Girl From Dangamvura

Chiwoniso Dead at 37. That was the headline of a local paper. It was a shocking headline for Zimbabweans today. When l was a kid in Dangamvura Chiwoniso lived next door to us. She stayed with her grandmother l think after her dad died. We would always buy her gogo’s banana’s as an excuse to … Continue reading

New look Zimbablog.com site

Zimbablog has always been one of my favorite sites. At one time it was the first site l opened whenever l got online. But over the years it had gone quiet and no new posts where published but its back with a bang with a Pinterest like WordPress theme, it looks fresh and exciting. The … Continue reading

Harare International Festival of the Arts: Day 4

Highlights of Day 4 at HIFA

Harare International Festival of the Arts: Day 3

Highlights of Day 3 of HIFA 2013

Losing leg, fighting cancer can’t stop Montclair State tap dancer

  Losing leg, fighting cancer can’t stop Montclair State tap dancer (via NJ.com) The kid was alone on the empty rehearsal stage. It was midnight and everyone else was gone. He wanted it that way. He set up his computer to record what would happen next, no matter what it was. He sat in a … Continue reading

Cleveland Orchestra, Museum of Art collaborate again on ‘California Masterworks’ series

  Cleveland Orchestra, Museum of Art collaborate again on ‘California Masterworks’ series (via Cleveland.com) Roger Mastroianni As the Cleveland Orchestra gears up for two days of 20th-century music, let us pause to thank the man responsible for them: Ton Koopman. Wait, what? Yes, indeed. The arrival of the conductor who specializes in Baroque music this … Continue reading


This past Saturday at 4:00 am – Rockstars at Cmedia Studios woke up, made coffee and headed out to Ngomo Kurira. Pumped with excitement for this new shoot, the team knew that our set would consist of fire, a steep rock face and a few death defying climbs. Yes Ngoma Kurira is a solid rock cliff … Continue reading

Mountain Climbing

“Tell it on the Mountain” Early morning climb in Zimbabwe Today my friends and l went mountain climbing in the Domboshawa valley’s. What a rush. First time scaling dizzy heights and getting a rush out of being at the top of the highest peak in Harare.


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