Zimbabwe Polocrosse

Polocrosse is a fast-paced equine sport played on a146m pitch on the backs of some of the most athletic horses that exist. Unlike polo, polocrosse horses are asked to spin back and go from 0 to 100 in a matter of seconds. The sport has often been called “Rugby on Horseback,” but once you have watched it, I am sure…

Taking choral music from note to note

Sabelo Nyoni-Maswaure and Christopher Charamba "Without music, life would be a mistake," wrote the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. Music, like all art, has the ability to connect and unite people. It stirs emotions and makes life meaningful.

The Harare Mayor’s Cheer Fund to host the Inaugural Totem Dinner

Over the years, the Harare Mayor’s Cheer Fund, the charitable arm of the Harare Mayor’s Office, has embarked on various fundraising initiatives to meet the needs of the 56 homes under its care.

The Industry Girls Network

The Industry Girls Network was formed in 2014 to provide a platform for dynamic women business owners based in Zimbabwe, with a focus on the design industry. Our mission is to build an exciting environment for women in business with shared ideals, exchange ideas, network and form strategic alliances for the benefit of all. The main objective will be the…

IGN Design Indaba

On July 15-16, 2017, the first Industry Girls Network Design Indaba took place at the beautiful Parklands venue in Borrowdale. Wow! What an inspiring exhibition. A show like this is a great reminder of how much talent and expertise exists in Zimbabwe today. Clever and creative artists, sculptors, designers, decorators, builders, landscapers, chefs, musicians and more showcased their brilliance in…

Great Community efforts from the Stratford Drive Community Trust

Harare residents are well aware of the shortcomings of our Council in the lack of services provided – and this has stimulated courageous and welcome efforts in some areas.  

About us

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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