Category Culture

A Taste of Lozi Food in Zimbabwe

Lozi Culture has with it an array of mouth-watering foods that leave one craving for more, from the staple dish of Buhobe (Isitshwala/Sadza/Hadza) to the majestic Zambezi/Matetsi River Tapi/LiTapi (Fish). As shown by our guest Phineas Mathe who doubles as…

Ubuntu Cultural Festival ft. Claudia Ndlovu

Ubuntu Cultural Festival’s major aim is to realistically close the critical condition generational gaps, preserve and embrace cultural identities and heritage, celebrate diversity and dignity, traditionally revive the spirit of unity in communities. In this video, YouTuber Claudia Ndlovu gets…

Getting Cultured in Nkayi, KoSivalo!

The area of Nkayi, KoSivalo is located 238km from the City of Bulawayo, 66km from Lupane, and 106km from Gokwe. This area was allocated to Chief Sivalo Mahlangu who was an influential man under King Lobhengula’s capital and later became…

Why Did You Forget Your Family’s History?

In 2006, songstress Thandiswa Mazwai released an album entitled Zabalaza, and within that collection, a mind-blowing track known as Nizalwa Ngobani? The singer asks us an important question on why we have forgotten about the people who gave birth to…

The Beauty of BaKalanga Culture

The BaKalanga or TjiKalanga speaking people are predominantly found in areas of South-Western Zimbabwe, northern and north-western Botswana. In Zimbabwe, the BaKalanga have been around the areas of Bulilima-Mangwe, Tsholotsho, and Matobo Districts for over a thousand years. In this…

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