New Ambassador Hotel Harare
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... are in this together, white and black. Around white dinner tables I saw a cornered people drowning in desperation and the stress of arbitrary justice. But these whites are just the tip of the iceberg, and the emotions that quiver their voices and line their faces have the same source as the dull hopelessness I see in the eyes of the neglected and abused Ndebele lining the streets in Bulawayo, or the disconsolate demeanour of the Shona soapstone carver I met in Nyanga ...
... driving through a stand of trees, when we ran into another herd of elephants. It was a bit tense for a while as they were upset at being split up by us. One of the young males got very agitated and started trumpeting and smashed down a couple of trees quite near our vehicle. Even Richard, our ranger thought it better to get out as quickly as possible.
This was our last evening at Mashatu as the next day we were travelling ...
... whilst rushing all the way there it turned out that contact in the embassy had to leave as an emergency popped up. Taurai, Martha, Dave and I left the embassy, but realized that we were having a bad day. Nothing was in our favour, within the next hour we were pulled over by a small roadside team of police due to a made up offence, the banks wouldn’t accept my cards and I forgot my pin code. Then, finally we were completely shocked at how little we bought and ...
... the day they gave us their Portuguese song book as a memento.
The sessions and parts were wonderful, of course, with the same program as every convention held this year. Sometimes it was difficult to understand some of the brothers giving talks on the English platform - we had a variety of accents, some very thick. But no matter - it was all wonderful. Brother Jackson of the Governing Body delivered the key talks each day and like the other GB members, ...
... after we were entertained by the local brothers and sisters. We were first treated to some traditional Shona dances and songs. Following that, we were greatly impressed with a choir of young children singing Kingdom songs in perfect harmony. Then the adult group of singers replaced the children and we enjoyed beautiful voices singing even more Kingdom songs. All the songs were sung in the Shona language, but we could easily recognize the song by its melody. ...
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