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Lawrence Mukomberanwa Zimbabwe sculptor

Lawrence Mukomberanwa (born 1976) is a Zimbabwean sculptor. The son of Nicholas Mukomberanwa, Lawrence (sometimes spelled Laurence) worked with his father from his early childhood days. He continued sculpting whilst training to be a commercial pilot. He worked in the field for some years before turning to sculpture full-time. His …

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Joram Mariga Zimbabwe sculptor in stone

Joram Mariga has been called (and believed himself to be) the “Father of Zimbabwean Sculpture” because of his influence on the local artistic community starting in the 1950s and continuing until his death in 2000. The sculptural movement of which he was part is usually referred to as “Shona sculpture”, …

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PETER GODWIN Zimbabwe writer and journalist

Peter Godwin (born 4 December 1957) is a Zimbabwean author, journalist, screenwriter, documentary filmmaker, and former human rights lawyer. Best known for his writings concerning the breakdown of his native Zimbabwe, he has reported from more than 60 countries and written several books. He is currently President of PEN American …

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NICHOLAS MUKOMBERANWA Zimbabwe Sculptor

Nicholas Mukomberanwa (1940 – 12 November 2002) was a Zimbabwean sculptor and art teacher. He was among the most famous products of the Workshop School at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe and an art mentor and teacher to the Mukomberanwa Family of sculptors. His work has been exhibited in galleries …

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TSITSI DANGAREMBGA ZIMBABWE AUTHOR AND FILMMAKER

Tsitsi Dangarembga (born 1959) is a Zimbabwean author and filmmaker. BIOGRAPHY Dangarembga was born in Bulawayo, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), in 1959 but spent part of her childhood in England. She began her education there, but concluded her A-levels at Hartzell High school, a missionary school in the Rhodesian town of …

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The Best Restaurants in Harare Zimbabwe

The Best Restaurants in Harare Zimbabwe Victoria 22, Newlands Victoria 22, in Newlands, is arguably Zimbabwe’s finest restaurant. You must book in advance and the no-nonsense security gate will remain firmly locked until the askari establishes who’s in the car at the drive. A perfect restaurant to spoil business partners …

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