Tailor made make-up for black women
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Tailor made make-up for black women

Fatima Bulla — THE cosmetology industry is a multi-billion dollar project thanks to a massive…

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Vultures face extinction as betting outlets sprout
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Vultures face extinction as betting outlets sprout

Tendai Chara — THE mushrooming of sports betting outlets has given rise to a demand…

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Creating a  herbacious border
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Creating a herbacious border

SUMMER is just as great a time to revamp your garden by creating a herbacious…

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Tackling climate change the African way
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Tackling climate change the African way

Aly Abou-Sabaa — FROM  making jam with cactus fruit, to reviving traditional underground canals to…

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Interior trends for 2017
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Interior trends for 2017

EVERY season, year or even decade has its own trends – the trendsetters have already…

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The sausage tree of Africa
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The sausage tree of Africa

Andrew Mangwarara — ONE of the greatest things about being in Africa is its vegetation…

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The fountain of inspiration
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The fountain of inspiration

Andrew Mangwarara — ANCIENT Greek, Egyptian and Chinese civilisations made sure that water was one…

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Life’s greatest treat
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Life’s greatest treat

Andrew Mangwarara — PHASEOLUS vulgaris is the botanical name for the common beans loved by…

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Choosing the right furniture
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Choosing the right furniture

Enjoy the vibe of the  salvia family
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Enjoy the vibe of the salvia family

Andrew Mangwarara — IF there is anything called fame in the plant kingdom then it…

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Plant a tree, plant life
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Plant a tree, plant life

Andrew Mangwarara — IT is estimated that at the rate that trees are fast disappearing,…

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Rotten tomatoes: Pest invasion wreaks havoc
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Rotten tomatoes: Pest invasion wreaks havoc

Tafadzwa Kadani — When Mr Gift Tshuma planted tomatoes on one-and-a-half hectares, he anticipated a…

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King of the Jungle meets his match
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King of the Jungle meets his match

Gaborone. — For more than 10 000 years, ever since man started herding cattle for…

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Tough times for Hwange
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Tough times for Hwange

Garikai Mazara On June 19 last year, Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko, on behalf of the…

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Hwange questions: Makore responds
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Hwange questions: Makore responds

The following are the questions e-mailed to Thomas Makore, Hwange Colliery Company’s managing director. They…

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