“In the summertime when the weather is hot
You can stretch right up and touch the sky” – Mungo Jerry
And that’s exactly what we aim to do this year at Harare Magazine!
Ernest and I, along with a fantastic team of contributors, would like to welcome you back to the print version of Harare Magazine. When we first began discussing a revitalisation of the publication, it didn’t take us long to decide to go for it. There is so much to be acknowledged, shared, learned and celebrated in Zimbabwe right now that we sort of realised we didn’t really have a choice.
The unprecedented lockdown was tragic and tough in more ways than we can understand right now. Have we learned and gained strength from those experiences? You better believe it. The Zimbabwean spirit is as strong as ever and that is so evident in people and places all over Zimbabwe. We hope you’ll agree after reading some of the inspiring stories in this issue.
Despite incredible challenges, the Zimbabwean Olympic Committee and Team Zimbabwe did our country immensely proud at the Olympics in Tokyo earlier this year. Read about some of their touching personal experiences at the world’s greatest games.
Lockdown managed to stimulate many artists’ creativity and ingenuity. New skin care products, music, art, fashion designs and interior décor plans have emerged on the market as a result. Find out all about it and so much more in these pages.
Two of our acclaimed doctors in Zimbabwe, Dr Nozipo Maraire and Dr Austin Jeans, have given us some welcome tips for our health and wellness, which everyone can benefit from right now.
It’s great to be back and we sincerely hope you enjoy the magazine!
P/S As we step into the festival season be sure to get enough rest. Our latest edition covers the importance of sleep. Grab a copy and learn more. Available at Bon Marche Chisipite, Mt Pleasant, Borrowdale.SPAR Groombridge and BorrowdalePick n Pay Borrowdale, Kamfinsa and Arundel…#wellness#goodhealth#hararemagazine