Willard Katsande Hints At Staying On At Kaizer Chiefs In Non-Playing Role

Willard Katsande Hints At Staying On At Kaizer Chiefs In Non-Playing Role. Tough tackling Zimbabwean midfielder Willard Katsande has hinted at staying on at Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs in a non-playing role. The former Zimbabwe Warriors captain has been released by Amakhosi following ten years at the club. Katsande leaves...
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Zimbabwean with football dreams to be kicked out of UK

Image copyrightChristopher Arundellimage captionChristopher Arundell had wanted to play professional football – and was part of Staines Town Academy. Christopher Arundell, who grew up in the UK and once dreamt of playing professional football, is set to be deported to Zimbabwe, despite a cross-party appeal to the home secretary to stop his removal – and those of others in his position.
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Zimbabwe opens borders for vaccinated tourists

VICTORIA FALLS, (CAJ News) – TOURISTS that have received the coronavirus vaccine are now exempt from Zimbabwe’s closure of the border with Zambia. This follows the Zimbabwean government opening the Victoria Falls and Kazungula border posts for such visitors. The government has thus acceded to the request by the Tourism...
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Colorado’s Olympic Golf Connection

At the Tokyo Games, Scott Vincent will represent Zimbabwe, by way of Castle Rock. When the 72-hole men’s Olympic golf competition begins today at Kasumigaseki Country Club 90 minutes north of Tokyo, one of the field’s 60 competitors will have strong Colorado ties. Scott Vincent—who’ll be representing the African nation...

David Livingstone Birthplace reopens to the public

David Livingstone Birthplace in Blantyre has reopened its doors after four years, following a £9.1m regeneration project!. The project was made possible by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Scottish Government, Historic Environment Scotland and South Lanarkshire Council. Home to the UK’s most famous Victorian explorer, missionary and abolitionist of the...

MISA Zimbabwe UPR submissions on Zimbabwe highlight infringements on FoE

MISA Zimbabwe has made two submissions to the third cycle of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on Zimbabwe, where it noted improvements in the legislative environment, but decried clawback provisions in proposed new laws that have the effect of infringing on freedom of expression. The UPR is a unique process...

Human rights threatened by military interventions in Mozambique – Anadolu

Social, economic issues must be addressed; dialogue encouraged, says expert. Botswana sent troops on Monday to Mozambique to combat escalating terror violence as Angola is holding a plenary meeting to decide on similar action on Tuesday. A total of 396 Botswanan troops have joined Mozambique since July 26 to support...

After two years of three digits, Zimbabwe inflation drops to 56%

Zimbabwean inflation slowed to double digits in July for the first time in more than two years. Consumer prices rose 56.37% from a year earlier, compared with 106.6% in June, the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency said Tuesday in an emailed statement. The last time the southern African nation’s inflation rate was not in triple digits was in May 2019. Costs climbed 2.56% in the month.
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In Swirling Canvases, Gareth Nyandoro Expresses the Rhythms of Labor

Support Hyperallergic’s independent arts journalism. Become a Member ». Situated somewhere between painting, etching, and collage, Gareth Nyandoro’s artworks buzz with a din of textures that threaten each canvas with the possibility of rupture. Gestural swathes of ink writhe in a frenetic dance with sinewy pieces of paper and the razor thin striations of Nyandoro’s hallmark kucheka-cheka technique — a method of cross hatching formed by small incisions into the canvas, which Nyandoro then sponges over with ink. Though discrete, these cuts enliven the canvasses with fraught urgency, leaving them vulnerable to bursting open.
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Upcoming, current exhibits at Booth Western Art Museum

Recognized as one of the great art museums in America and a Smithsonian-affiliated museum, the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia, continues on the leading edge of innovation. Following are upcoming and current exhibits that take art lovers behind the scenes and into the minds of the artists, from a Zimbabwean photographer and a Bulgarian-born portrait artist who fulfilled their dreams of visiting the American West to an artist who journeyed into the Yellowstone backcountry to share what’s rarely seen by tourists.