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Travelling touring: Who owns the name Masvingo?

Yours Truly is in the process of trying to unravel this interesting mystery, which relates to the other side of religion.
By Burzil Dube Sep. 4, 2022

Hwange songstress makes it to StarBrite finals

“I taught myself that challenges are part of everyday life and that with God nothing is impossible,” she said.
By Burzil Dube Sep. 11, 2022

Hwange: The cradle of Nambya heritage

According to archeologists and researchers, Hwange might have the largest concentration of ruins within southern Africa, which is, however, not fully documented.
By Burzil Dube Sep. 11, 2022

Travelling & touring: It’s just a suggestion good people

In the song, he goes on to praise the followers by humbly reminding them of his rise to stardom because of their unwavering support.
By Burzil Dube Oct. 2, 2022

Travelling & touring: Stirring the hornet’s nest

He expressed his appreciation to Yours Truly's previous article on Mukwati and his Tonga identity.
By Burzil Dube Oct. 9, 2022

Travelling & touring: The ‘untold’ story of Great Zimbabwe Monument

 These ancient ruins situated on the outskirts of Masvingo town are believed to have been constructed between 11 and 15th century
By Burzil Dube Oct. 16, 2022

Travelling & touring: ‘Great Zimbabwe was not royal palace, but circumcision centre’

It is believed that construction on this ancient city began around the ninth Century and continued until it was abandoned around 15th Century.
By Burzil Dube Oct. 23, 2022

A tale of two similar conical towers

However, this will be covered in detail as local architects 'try' to explain how the structures constructed at RGMI airport came into being.
By Burzil Dube Nov. 5, 2022

Travelling & touring: Is Mwenye tribe Jewish or Arab?

The other person who has joined this intriguing piece is none other than Cosmas Nyamutswa whose book, Great Zimbabwe
By Burzil Dube Nov. 13, 2022

Potholes put damper on festive season

Most local tourists use the opportunity to visit places of interests.
By Burzil Dube Nov. 20, 2022

Then comes ‘forgotten’ Hwange Unity Square

To the uninitiated, the Post Office Gardens are situated along Joshua Mqabuko Nyongolo Nkomo Street and 8th Avenue
By Burzil Dube Nov. 27, 2022

Hwange’s Fours Fingers goes book cafe route

To the uninitiated, a book cafe, literature cafe or book themed café is a place where individuals can read books, buy books, have drinks and hold discussions among others.
By Burzil Dube Dec. 4, 2022

Dete sliding into tourism oblivion

THE festive season is upon us and the same goes for the World Cup fever in Qatar which has also taken the entire soccer world by storm.
By Burzil Dube Dec. 10, 2022

Drive safe and stay alive this festive season

While it might be all systems go, there is an utmost need to revisit the pre and post logistical side of issues as happiness might also lead to all forms of tragedy.
By Burzil Dube Dec. 18, 2022

Travelling & touring: Merry Christmas to you all!

Fathers offer gifts to their children and spouses consisting of new clothes among other related memorabilia.
By Burzil Dube Dec. 25, 2022

Travelling & Touring: Travelling and touring in retrospect

Brisk business was reported in most tourist-related destinations as hives of activity were prevalent at various lodges and hotels across Zimbabwe which is dubbed a world of wonders.
By Burzil Dube Jan. 8, 2023

Zimbili urges musicians to rediscover themselves

Zimbili whose hit Mbuva Yangu has taken the country by storm, urged artistes to ensure that messages in their music is well-thought out in terms of message and other related issues.
By Burzil Dube Jan. 15, 2023

Travelling & touring: Potholes war: Insurers must join the fray

Recent media reports indicate that flooding in the majority of urban centres has been caused by lack of servicing of flooding clearance mechanisms.
By Burzil Dube Jan. 15, 2023

Travelling & touring: Victoria Falls hotels continue to carry the gong

It remains to be seen if they are going to take up the challenge and also play a major role in trying to bring sanity to the country’s highways in terms of pothole patching and other related issues.
By Burzil Dube Jan. 22, 2023

Nambya heritage under the spotlight

Speaking at the same occasion, the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe executive director Godfrey Mahachi expressed optimism that the rehabilitation of Bumbusi Monument would be expedited.
By Burzil Dube Jan. 22, 2023

Is Covid-19 on a new counter attack?

In countries such as China, she was reported to be a household name  due to her blend of music that was considered unique and Pan-Africanist.
By Burzil Dube Jan. 29, 2023

Travelling & touring:Baboons in Hwange join global ban on asbestos usage?

Apprenticeship courses offered include, but one not limited to motor mechanics, boiler making, carpentry, to name but just a few. 
By Burzil Dube Feb. 5, 2023

Travelling and Touring: Taming traffic jungle is paramount

Mutasa joins the airline after a 10-year stint as MD of TelOne, a government-owned telecommunications  company, where she managed to turn the entity’s fortunes around.
By Burzil Dube Feb. 12, 2023

Mystery of Zambia migrating bats

In most African cultures, the sight or sound of a hyena  is considered taboo and it is believed that witches and wizards use this animal
By Burzil Dube Feb. 19, 2023

Travelling & touring: ‘Please revisit Gandavaroyi Falls’

“Most of these ‘accused’ individuals or families were drawn from other provinces even though there is one region which I am not at liberty to disclose which had large number of these people.
By Burzil Dube Feb. 26, 2023

Travelling & Touring: Wankie Battle — a 'forgotten' piece of liberation tourism

This week, Yours Truly briefly discusses the famous Wankie Battle of August 1967.
By Burzil Dube Mar. 12, 2023

Travelling & touring: Potholed highway precipitates Colliery Stadium closure

While it is rather early to decipher whether this financial crisis might have any effect on the travelling and touring world, fingers are already crossed.
By Burzil Dube Mar. 19, 2023

Travelling & touring: Did Battle of Wankie signal ‘discovery’ of whiter water rafting?

If the Kandahar Island on the Zambezi River is a favourite place among sunset cruise enthusiasts, time is also nigh for tourism stakeholders to also consider such destinations.
By Burzil Dube Mar. 26, 2023

Travelling & Touring: Ku-omboka force to reckon within Zambian cultural tourism

The Ku-omboka normally takes place between February and April with the king's movement being determined on how quickly the water rises on flood plains.
By Burzil Dube Apr. 2, 2023