Zimbabwe’s Afronomads and their journey to revolutionize African Travel

30th September 2020 BY Gerald Muchandiona

Travelling has always been one of those activities which brings the unexpected, unforgettable and intimate experiences. Dalai Lama once said that at least once in a year one should go someplace you have never been before. Personally travel is my unconventional massage for the soul. It has always been viewed as one of those undertakings that waters the garden of…

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Were missionaries good or bad for Africa?

10th May 2018 BY Andile Hadebe

Growing up in a Zimbabwean Christian home, I always found it daunting to question the real intentions of missionaries in Zimbabwe. It always seemed like they gave a lot and in return I just had to be grateful and not question their intentions. Like come on, they introduced me to Jesus, “the centre of my life”. How dare I question…

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