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Meet #Zimbabwe’s Own Steve Irwin, Snake Charmer

National Geographic: Meet Zimbabwe’s Own Steve Irwin, Snake Charmer With every video he posts on Facebook the fame of Chawatama Marimo, or Chawa as he is commonly known, has increased as thousands of eyes marvel at his mystifying skills. While Zimbabweans have seen the likes of famed Australian crocodile hunter …

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Pokello, Elikem love going strong

Pokello and Elikem Kumordzie Showbiz Reporter Two years ago, Big Brother Africa lovers, Pokello and Elikem Kumordzie were the centre of attraction at the Ghana Music Awards as the latter proposed to her while presenting an award. And now the couple went back to their favourite hunting ground to hunt …

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11 Simple facts about #Zimbabwe relationships

*11 SIMPLE FACTS ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS ::::* 1. Not all relationships must lead to marriage. Some relationships are for a reason, others are for a season only few are for a life time. If it doesn’t work out don’t kill yourself because it was for something. Discover the purpose and move …

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MASKIRI Zimbabwe music rapper

Maskiri, born Alishias Musimbe on 6 April 1980, is a Zimbabwean rapper. He was born in Chitungwiza, a residential town about 25 km out of Harare, where he grew up and attended Chemhanza Secondary School until being expelled for truancy and bullying other students. He was then enrolled in St. …

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DOUGLAS ROGERS Zimbabwe writer

Douglas Rogers (born 11 November 1968) is a Zimbabwean journalist, travel writer, and memoirist. BIOGRAPHY Rogers was born and raised in Umtali, Rhodesia to Lyn, a lawyer, and Rosalind, a drama teacher. He grew up on heavily fortified chicken and grape farms during the Rhodesian Bush War, with his three …

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NOVIOLET BULAWAYO Zimbabwe Writer, teacher

NoViolet Bulawayo (pen name of Elizabeth Zandile Tshele, born 12 October 1981 in Tsholotsho) is a Zimbabwean author, and Stegner Fellow at Stanford University (2012–2014). In 2012 the National Book Foundation named her a 5 under 35 honoree. LIFE Bulawayo was born and raised in Zimbabwe and attended Njube High …

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ANDERSON MUKOMBERANWA Zimbabwe sculptor

Anderson Mukomberanwa (1968–2003) was a Zimbabwean artist known primarily for his stone sculpture. Mukomberanwa began his art career by studying with his father, working with hard stones native to the region. Later in his career he took up printmaking, becoming interested in etching and woodblock printing. He was also a …

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ROBERT MERCER Zimbabwe Anglican bishop, Priest

Robert William Stanley Mercer CR (born 10 January 1935) is a Roman Catholic priest in England. Formerly an Anglican bishop, he was the fourth Bishop of Matabeleland in Zimbabwe, a diocese of the Church of the Province of Central Africa, a province of the Anglican Communion. Since 2012 he has …

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