Our city: Harare
Our country: Zimbabwe
Our timezone: Mid-Atlantic (GMT-2)
We wear these clothes: Zimbabwe is in the Southern Hemisphere of Africa. Where the breathtaking 'Motsiunotunya' - the smoke that thunders known as the Victoria falls the eighth wonder of the world is located. The People of Zimbabwe in all walks of life inhabit this country. The privileged and less privileged, young and old share one thing in common the pride and belief in themselves . Zimbabwe today is surrounded by much controversy, the harsh economic climate affects many. The people have a popular saying 'Make a plan !' The Power cuts, fuel shortages and things others may take for granted are dealt with and people make do with what they have.
The Artists of Zimbabwe
Represent the bright face of hope and perseverance through their work at home and internationally especially through the annual Arts festival HIFA.They live and work contributing to the sustenance of our Historic and contemporary cultural Heritage of our home.
We speak these languages: The Official languages of Zimbabwe are English, Shona, and Ndebele, with 85% of the population identifying themselves as MaShona and 15% of the population identifying themselves as Matabele. English is the language primarily used in schooling and official business.