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History of the Castle Tankard

The Castle Tankard is the oldest sponsored horse race in Southern Africa and its early history provides a fascinating glimpse and insight into the origins of thoroughbred racing in Zimbabwe. It all began in August 1959 when the Owners & Trainers Association first proposed to the Stewards of the Mashonaland Turf Club the prospect of staging sponsored horse races in…

HIFA 2017

Christina Jenkins In the entertainment sector, for one to achieve the impossible, one must think the absurd, look where everyone has looked, but see what no else has seen. This is a move which Christina Jenkins took many years ago, when she made a decision to become a professional dancer. Jenkins’ passion for dancing and singing started at a tender…

The New Mercedes GLS 2016

With time, success and experience, your goals as a person do not only become fewer but the road towards them becomes more beautiful. With boundless serene majesty the new Mercedes Benz GLS launched recently, re-defines the concept of comfort thanks to the numerous standard and  optional equipment items available to it. This new SUV embodies calm serenity in every situation.…

For the love of music- Jam signal

Jam Signal is an upcoming urban house fusion live band in Zimbabwe that is made up of three members ,namely Mutsawashe Gudlanga who specializes in drums, and Osborne Matengenzara on the saxophone and Abel Maunga who specializes on the keyboard. Their music and unique blend of styles ranges from jazz, swing, blues, samba, funk, house, afro jazz, r’n’b, Latino and…

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Harare Magazine is a monthly lifestyle and events magazine that seeks to tell the full story about Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe, to visitors and revelers. The publication strives to inform readers on where to visit, where to find different products, places to eat out and current updates on events that are taking place in the city.

 

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