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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

C. Paul Jennewein’s Work on Display at Polk Museum of Art

  C. Paul Jennewein’s Work on Display at Polk Museum of Art (via The Ledger) You may not know him by name, but you can find his artwork predominantly displayed across America. Enlarge “Coral” is a 1926 silvered bronze sculpture by C. Paul Jennewein, who has 33 pieces on display at Polk Museum of Art. … Continue reading

Documentary Screening: Sun, Steel & Spray – A History Of the Victoria Falls bridge

Alliance e  and the Old Mutual Theatre hosted The “Sun, Steel and Spray: A History Of The Victoria Falls Bridge” documentary that we worked on closely with the Victoria Falls Bridge Company. The documentary showcases how this massive steel structure was built in the heart of Africa in 1904, and how it was all part … Continue reading

My Harare – A Classic Jeep spotted downtown

I’m not a car fanatic, but l know a good thing when l see one. I spotted this rusty Jeep in downtown Harare, Zimbabwe. It stood out, begging to be noticed, to be highlighted in the chapters of history, to be mentioned in the corridors of Jeep headquarters, to be-known for having conquered the plains of Africa….and … Continue reading

My Harare Series

I live in Harare, Zimbabwe. Recently l was working on a project and needed images of the city. The internet didn’t provide any meaningful pictures, so l decided to embark on a journey through my favorite town. The result of which l hope will help someone else, who may not be able to go out … Continue reading

Marange In 2006

  Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi – Discovery of Diamonds in Zimbabwe in 2006 led thousands of people to converge in Marange on the eastern part of the country.In a bid to get rich quickly hundreds of people abandoned their conventional jobs and armed themselves with Shovels and other digging equipment in the hope of finding the precious … Continue reading

Smiles in the Streets of Senegal

Anthony Kurtz  In the summer of 2011, I volunteered with an organization in the U.S that sends high-school kids to Senegal to do community work, in the hopes of making a difference and experiencing something out of the norm. I planned on doing a lot of personal work while on location. When I wasn’t needed, … Continue reading

NDOTO Tanzania dream, the people.

The People Sometimes I have been in places so beyond my imagination. Then nothing else should be done then simply to record it.That’s what Aernout Overbeeke did in Tanzania. For sale at Amazon.com Buy the bookISBN  978 90 5544 789 3

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