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Lizzy and Denford live in a small house which is divided into eight small rooms and occupied by four families which share a toilet (I didn’t see a shower). Their two small rooms with a combined total of probably less than 200 sq. ft., make up their kitchen (microwave and small hotplate are the only appliances), and their sleeping area. They share their two rooms with their two children age 10 and 8, ...
... landscapes could paint such a poignant picture.
Mugabe's rise to power surfed a wave of anti-white feeling in the country, part of a tide of nationalist movements against minority rule across Africa. The liberal, anti-colonialist in me instinctively sympathises - after all, white minority injustices against Africans are widespread and well-documented. Yet sometimes, cold, hard facts subvert idealist instincts. One only has to look at the stats to see the decline of ...
... has changed hugely; there have been so many developments and I feel that the centre now has a structure. It isn’t a formal, aggressive structure but rather natural.
Last year, when I left Zimbabwe, the toilet and shower block had just started being built. Now the whole structural formation and building is complete, the Hydra form bricks (which I talked about in my last years blog) look incredible and are a real success. Since, two traditional Zimbabwean ...
... and Josie. They were so warm and loving. We enjoyed trying to speak to them in our broken Spanish while they taught us some expressions in Portuguese, their native tongue. Two Shona girls, Shantel and Melissa, sat on the other side of me. They are in a Shona congregation and learning English in public school, so they wanted to improve their English by sitting in our section. It was fun getting to know them throughout the day and they even taught us a few ...
... with our brothers and sisters, it was time to return to our hotel.
Upon arrival we went up to our room to freshen up. We were scheduled to have our gathering and dinner with the local brothers and sisters that evening. When we met at the ballroom, the brothers seated us strategically so that there would be a few delegates and a few local Witnesses at each table. We were seated with several of the friends from Bulawayo, a city a few hours drive from ...
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54 Park Lane, Harare | 3 star hotelfrom $159
1 Pennefather Avenue, Harare | 4 star hotelfrom $115
132 Baines Avenue, Harare | Hotelfrom $130
88 Kwame Nkrumah Ave, Harare | Hotelfrom $75