Bulawayo Morning Mirror Edition 1071 - 6/7/2024

In this edition

1) Editorial
2) Condolences/In Memoriam/Wreath Funds
3) Congratulations
4) Notices and Events
5) Roses And Raspberries
6) Pets Column
8) Bulawayo News
9) Harare And Gweru News
10) Wining Dining and Coffee Houses
11) Property For Sale or to Rent
12) Accommodation In South Africa
12b) Accommodation In Botswana
13) Accommodation and Travel In Zimbabwe
14) Catering and Food
15) Vehicles for Sale and Hire
16) Travel and Tours
17) Computers And Electronics
18) Lifts Wanted And Offered
19) Seeking Friends
20) Situations Wanted and Situations Vacant
21) Services
22) Health And Beauty
23) Tuition
24) Miscellaneous For Sale
25) Wanted To Buy or Hire
26) Clothing And Fashion
27) Boats And Fishing
28) Garden, Decor And Home
29) Tidbits

Watch Dog
Cricket played at Milton High School in Bulawayo

The synopsis of:

Permission was granted by the OM Society for Ross G. Cooper, D.Phil. to carry out a study of cricket played at Milton High School, one of the first boy's institutes of secondary learning to be established in Zimbabwe. Cricket introduced by Britain, was soon adopted as an integral part of school sports curricula. Analyses included published cricket results (1970-2001) in 25 printed articles. This fascinating and brilliant study emphasised that one way cricket is to succeed and remain that way, is to have an inspiring coach who sets goals and is honest, enthusiastic, dedicated and extremely talented. The current Zimbabwe coach David L. Houghton is a shining example! Historical analyses help to improve future performances, and cricket is one sport that delights the nation.

A study completed by Ross G. Cooper, D.Phil.

Island Hospice and Healthcare Bulawayo chapter invites you to join us for our Annual Charity Golf Tournament under this years theme of 'Caring is For All'. The event will be held on Saturday 13th July 2024 at Harry Allen Golf Club. Format is Four Ball Better Ball . Entry fee is US$30.00 for individuals or US$200.00 per corporate team - a good opportunity for team building over a game of golf for a good cause. Corporations can take advantage of this exciting event to promote your business. Corporate sponsorship is available at US$500.00 for Prime spots, US$300.00 for general holes and US$200.00 for vehicle advertising. Donations for cash and in kind can be dropped at our Offices or can be collected. For further information and bookings please contact the office on 0292-77972 or mobile numbers 0712845003 Office, 07736890570 Phathi, 0777944981 Nombu

For the gentlemen ... Do you want to network with other like minded people, share ideas and listen to some riveting speakers Then please join us for a Men's Mental Health and Business summit in aid of Island Hospice and Healthcare.
Hosted by popular Byo personality Arthur Evans this breakfast event includes speakers such as
Greyson Chipote 'Business and family - the delicate balance'
Heresey Herry 'Opportunities in the new normal in Byo'
and Thabani Ndlovu 'Mental wellness in tough times'
At : The Kraal, Zonkizizwe Complex, Bradfield
Time: 8.30 to 11.30am
Date : Saturday 20 July 2024
Dress code: Smart casual/Sports or Soccer jerseys
Entry fee includes your meal : US $15.00/head
Should your company wish to sponsor 5 or more people you will be presented with the opportunity to market your goods and services. Contact us for more information.

Contact numbers : landline 0292-77972 , 0712845003 Office, 07736890570 Phathi, 0777944981 Nombu

1) Editorial


Zimbabwe, in 2006 was ranked the unhappiest country in the world, but things have changed, in 2022 we were two away from the bottom of the list!! So you see, things are looking up!! Mind you the two countries after us on the list were Lebanon and Afghanistan....

We may not be the happiest nation in the world but I doubt we are the unhappiest and we are certainly the most innovative nation in the world !!

We Zimbabweans are an intrepid bunch, "let's make a plan" has got to be our community motto !!
Our lives are indeed much more fun than the lives of ordinary mortals.
We are absolutely amazing under duress !!

Water (or lack of it ) has been probably the single most irritating thing to some folk in Zimbabwe. I know our rural people are quite used to surviving on a couple of buckets that they have to probably carry for quite a few kilometres every day, but when one is accustomed to opening the faucet and having water appear miraculously, one gets kind of spoilt.

So when there IS NO water, it is quite a shock to the system naturally ...However many a happy shower has been taken with a neighbour and many parties have indeed developed when one has to visit one's dear friend on a regular basis to obtain the precious H20.

We have a friend who thrives on his thrice weekly visits to a neighbour to obtain water, they probably drink more beer and wine than they fetch water on most days !!

Electricity cuts have been another challenge that one has had to endure, some are lucky enough to be able to start up their generator when the lights fail, but to others, candles must suffice and it is amazing how much fun one can have by candlelight !!

The best thing is that the telly does not work and one has to get down to a game of scrabble or candle- light monopoly !!

The potholes in the roads have been a constant source of consternation and amusement. I started a campaign in 2006 entitled "Adopt a Pothole" and it was hugely successful as everyone took on the task of fixing his or her favourite pothole. However the Municipality has since declared it illegal to fix ones own potholes!

My car is no fun on a pot holed road. Its very low slung (like its owner) and so its not so easy to detect a pothole in enough time to avoid it. Those snooty folk in those large 4 x 4s have it easy ..... way up there so high.

But as our said our motto is "make a plan" and so I am in the process of devising an ingenious but simple plan.

It involves opening the sun roof and a erecting a periscope and if that is not possible, I shall employ a young school leaver to accompany me to the shops. I shall seek out a gangly sort of fellow, who has just passed his "O" levels, I am sure he would love to earn a few bob in the school holidays.

He can stand on the chair of the car next to me, with his head out of the sun roof and warn me of any impending potholes. However things have got so bad on many roads, that the warning must be not of a pothole, but rather of a piece of intact tar.

This will also sort out my dilemma at the stop streets in the suburbs where the grass has grown so high that I am unable to give way to the right. I cannot for the life of me see anything at all at any intersection because of the long grass. Here again my periscope invention will be a superb asset !!

The potholes are no joke believe me, a small car could disappear for days when there is rain around.!!

But on a more serious note, our main problem this year could be that our City Dams could dry up. Thoughts drift back to 1994 when I ran a TV programme called Bulawayo Must Live. Already we are on tight water restrictions and our rains are still not forecast for several months.

I think the lack of rainfall has played a big part in making us all unhappy, but that aside we have so many glorious things to be happy about. Sunshine, some folk pay for sunshine, we get it for free!! Magnificent trees, our City has a plethora of remarkable trees that somehow manage to make it from one drought to the next.

Our beautiful City, once a melancholy mess, is now, under the guidance of a new and vigorous Mayor and his City Council, fast developing a new and glamorous look. Our verges are being cut, our potholes are being filled by a fancy new bitumen pouring machine. We are getting new street lights in some areas. Our refuse bins are more likely than not to be collected.

2) Condolences/In Memoriam/Wreath Funds

3) Congratulations

4) Notices and Events

Tel: 2260684 / 2267195 E-mail: music@gatorzw.co.uk

An all-American film for Independence Day of which one Academy patron said: 'When I saw Sideways for the first time I was so inspired I booked a holiday to California and visited the actual locations in the film.'
Struggling writer and wine enthusiast Miles (Paul Giamatti) takes his engaged friend, Jack (Thomas Haden Church), on a trip to wine country for a last single-guy bonding experience. While Miles wants to relax and enjoy the wine, Jack is in search of a fling before his wedding. Soon Jack is sleeping with Stephanie (Sandra Oh), while her friend Maya (Virginia Madsen) connects with Miles. When Miles lets slip that Jack is getting married, both women are furious, sending the trip into disarray.
- From its first minutes, maybe even from the credits, you know you are seeing something very special. [Detroit Free Press]
- At the end of the movie we feel like seeing it again. [Chicago Sun-Times]
- Both charming and sexy, uproariously funny and touchingly human. [Chicago Tribune]
- The sweetest, funniest, most humane movie I've seen all year. [New York Magazine]
Admission: US$2.50 [free to Film Members]

From The Royal Ballet's classical origins in the works of Petipa, to the home-grown choreographers who put British ballet on the world stage, this mixed programme highlights the versatility of the company. Petipa's Raymonda Act III as revised by Rudolf Nureyev is Russian classical ballet summarized in one act, full of sparkle and precise technique, while Sir Frederick Ashton's Enigma Variations is quintessentially British in every way - from its score by Elgar and period designs by Julia Trevelyan Oman, to Ashton's signature style, the essence of British ballet. Concerto, Kenneth MacMillan's fusion of classical technique with a contemporary mind, completes a programme that shows the breadth of the company's heritage.
- A sunlit and sparkling triple bill with a touch of autumnal warmth. [The Independent]
- The Royal Ballet is at the top of its game in a new triple bill of MacMillan, Ashton and a pinch of Petipa
[The Guardian]
- The Royal Ballet honours its heritage with a varied triple bill that illustrates the range of its repertoire and gives both corps and soloists ample opportunities to shine. [Culture Whisper]
Admission: US$2.50 [free to Red Carpet Members]

DI Alec Hardy has returned to Broadchurch CID, after some time away. When a local woman is sexually assaulted, he makes it his mission to find out who is responsible - but will it be at a cost to his relationship with his daughter DS Ellie Miller has rebuilt her life after Joe Miller was found 'not guilty' by a jury for the murder of Danny Latimer - a crime that he is unequivocally guilty of. Ellie is bringing up her sons as a single mum, caring for her elderly father and back on the team at Broadchurch CID. Beth Latimer is attempting to move on with her life, and hopes she has found new purpose, in a job which puts her own harrowing experience to good use. Beth is trying to help other people, but still struggling to keep her own family on the right track.
- It's quietly brilliant. Radio Times
- I'm going to stick my neck out and predict another serious case of national Broadchurch fever. [Independent]
- It's brilliant by both Colman and Tennant again, a portrait of a close working relationship that is at times tetchy, at others bordering on close friendship, but always convincing and so very human. [Guardian]
- It looks like this superlative drama might bow out on a high. [Daily Telegraph]
Admission: US$2.50 [free to Film Members]

Deborah Kerr and Yul Brynner star in this classic musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein which scarcely needs an introduction! When nineteenth century English schoolteacher Anna Leonowens is employed by the King of Siam to educate his many children, she takes her son, Louis (Rex Thompson), along to live with her in the royal palace. Anna, a strong-willed woman, soon clashes with the king, who is used to having his every wish adhered to without question.
- If you don't see The King and I, believe us, you'll be missing a grand and moving thing. [New York Times]
- Classic performances, classic score, the best Rodgers & Hammerstein screen adaptation. [Las Vegas Review]
- It's a glorious musical, by far the best Rodgers-and-Hammerstein show ever filmed. [Maclean's Magazine]
- All the ingredients that made Rodgers & Hammerstein's The King and I a memorable stage experience have been faithfully transferred to the screen. [Variety]
Admission: US$2.50 [free to Red Carpet Members]

Emma Price will be well remembered as the most outstanding student of recent years and we're delighted that she's able to give a full concert with Jeanette Micklem who needs no introduction!
Emma's interest in the cello originated in a schools concert given by the Junior Odeion String Quartet in 2011. She started lessons the same year with Cynthia Pretorius which continued until Cynthia passed away, and from 2014 she went to Amy Macy, travelling regularly to Harare and later continuing over Skype. She studied piano and theory at the with Rose Green as well as working with Adri Botha in between lessons with Amy.
After obtaining a distinction for her Grade 8 exam, Emma had on-line lessons with Sally Pendlebury, until her acceptance by the Purcell School for Young Musicians in Watford, UK where she studied under Pal Banda and Richard Jenkinson. In 2021, 2022 and 2023 she attended the Morningside Music Bridge Programme held at the New England Conservatory in Boston USA. This programme was instrumental in cementing Emma's love of cello playing and her determination to make it her career. She has been accepted into the Julliard School in New York where she intends to major in cello performance.
Her programme will include music by Bach, Davidov, Franck, Jana ek and Judith Weir.
A snack supper will be available after the concert, price $5.00, but MUST BE BOOKED IN ADVANCE!.
Admission: US$5.00 [free to Red Carpet Members and students]

Friday 19 July From the Proms: music by Beethoven, Nielsen, Rachmaninov and Rimsky-Korsakov
Friday 26 July Verdi: La Traviata
Saturday 27 July Academy Student Concert
Thursday 1 August Prometheus
Friday 2 August Lusitania School presents 'Shrek'
Saturday 3 August The Phoenix Choir: Those Good Old Days
[The concert by Chisipite School Choir and Bands has been postponed.]

Just Dance

proudly presents
The Annual Dancing, singing and music show


26th and 27th July at the Bulawayo Theatre

Enquiries Stacey Smith 0772 144 734

Are you an aspiring artist seeking to refine your skills or a beginner looking to explore the world of visual art Look no further! Our esteemed institution is proud to offer visual at lessons and life drawing classes, tailored to help you unlock your creative potential and embrace your individuality, express yourself and paint the canvas of life. Your destination for captivating exhibitions , inspiring artist residencies, and the celebration of Zimbabwean creativity. Housed in the historic Douslin House, a great example of Edwardian architecture, the gallery vaunts an admirable collection appraising local and international art works. Wander through the Anglo-American and Marshal Baron galleries, explore the sculpture garden in the courtyard, and ascertain the talent of resident artists in their on-site studios.

Looking forward to promote artistic growth and unforgettable masterpieces, We offer flexible scheduling to accommodate your busy lifestyle, with classes available for visual art lessons for both primary and secondary students. Our art lesson classes schedule is as follows: Fridays and saturdays from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM. The fee for primary students is $3 and $5 for secondary students per lesson.

Our team of experienced instructors, with years of industry expertise , will guide you through a structured curriculum designed to improve your technical skills and artistic expressions. With a focus on individualized attention, you'll receive constructive feedback and support to help you achieve your artistic goals.
To register now or learn more about our visual art lessons and life drawing classes, please contact us:
Phone: +263 292 70721.

Stay up-to-date on latest news, promotions and events by following us on social media:
WhatsApp +263772764807
Email: sabona@mweb.co.zw
Website: www.nationalgallerybyo.com
Social media: FB, X, and Insta @byogallery
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National Railway Museum
Bulawayo 1872
National Gallery of Zim -Bulawayo
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Bulawayo Motoring Club
Natural History Museum of Zimbabwe
Bulawayo Publicity
Bulawayo Railway Museum
Bulawayo Societies - 2010
Friends of Hwange
Falcon College
Hillside Dams
Matobo Conservation Society
The Bulawayo Club
Bulawayo Shelter
Tree Society of Zimbabwe
Wildlife & Environment Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe info

5) Roses And Raspberries

6) Pets Column

8) Bulawayo News

9) Harare And Gweru News

Zim Websites:-


10) Wining, Dining and Coffee Houses

11) Property For Sale or to Rent

Gwanda Service Builders are the Best!
We always utilise their excellent quality home and business renovation services and our home looks brand new..

Painting, flooring, paving, plumbing, steel fabrication, home and company renovations.

Phone Ryan 0777812594 for a free quotation. They give an excellent service.


FAMONA: 3-bedroom home in a prime neighborhood. The house features a sun lounge, an open-plan main lounge with a fireplace and ceiling fan, and a kitchen with ample cupboards, a double sink, and ceramic-tiled walls. The passage leads to a separate bathroom and toilet. Outside, you'll find a well-maintained swimming pool and a beautifully landscaped garden, along with a reliable borehole. Staff quarters are attached to the garage, providing practical accommodation for household help. US$150 000-00

RIVERSIDE: This is a stunning upmarket double-storey home. On the ground level there is a lounge with a fireplace, entrance hall with grand staircase, guest toilet, open plan kitchen/dining room/scullery, laundry, pantry, 2 bedrooms with bathrooms en-suite, downstairs veranda. Upstairs is a large master bedroom with main en-suite bathroom, and balcony. The property has a 5KVA solar system, solar water heaters, security lights, cameras and sensors. There are two storerooms, which could be used as a guest cottage; and 3 staff quarters. There is a fish pond, and in the rocks is a swimming pool with a braai area and gazebo, separate toilet, and solar heated shower. Outbuildings include a double garage and double carport. There is a borehole with water tank and pressure pump. The property is walled on two sides, fenced on two sides with security electric fence, and gated. The 7-acre property has some arable land and the area is zoned for residential and agriculture. USD$380 000

WORRINGHAM: A 39-hectare property which has a 3 bedroomed house, with lounge, dining room, bathroom and veranda. Swimming pool, carport, storerooms, huge water reservoirs and borehole, with the property fenced, with multiple gates. This property would be good for livestock farming, some cropping, and future subdivisions. Price US$380 000
-------AND MANY MORE !!!!------

Want to sell We can assist you with an estimation of the value of your property. We are registered with the Valuers Council of Zimbabwe, and offer a complete and efficient service of property Valuation for any purpose.
We have properties for sale in Bulawayo, Harare, Beitbridge, Binga, Hwange, Mlibizi, Mutare, Redcliff, and Plumtree. High/ low density, residential, commercial, and holiday homes. US$23 000-US$1 400 000. For these, and other properties for sale, Phone (029) 2274581/3 (Landline)Call: Probity: 0782119972/ Bryan: 0772238431 Email: probity@rodor.co.zw Visit Us On Our Website: www.rodorproperties.co.zw
For Valuations, phone (029) 2274581/3 (landline), or email probity@gmail.com/ bryan@rodor.co.zw

Our Property Management staff will be happy to assist you in securing suitable tenants for your property, and managing it thereafter.

FORTUNES GATE: 5 acres with prolific borehole. Attractive home. 3 bedrooms, zoned residential and agricultural, Rent USD1 200-00, immediate occupation.
NEWTON WEST: 3 bedrooms, borehole, Rent USD2 200/ month, immediate occupation
FAMONA: 2 bedrooms, Rent US$550/ month (plus levy), occupation 1st July 2024

GUMTREE: 17 acres, 4 bedrooms, borehole, Rent USD600-00/ month, immediate occupation
PLUMTREE:4 offices, Rent USD800-00/ month
DONNINGTON: 3 offices and warehouse, Rent US$2000-00/ month, immediate occupation.

For more information on properties available for renting, or if you wish to place your property on our letting list, you are invited to contact us on (029)2274581/3 (landline), e- mail to reslet@rodor.co.zw or rentals@rodor.co.zw , or visit our offices at 5a 9th avenue , between Robert Mugabe Way and Josiah Tongogara Street.

Bulawayo Estate Agents:-
Anita's Real Estate
Rodor properties Pvt Ltd
Ian & Co. Real Estate
R.E.D. Property

12) Accommodation in South Africa

12b) Accommodation in Botswana

Accommodation Out Of Zimbabwe:-

Four Seasons, J'bg
Hoopoe Haven Guest Lodge Fourways, J'bg

13) Accomodation and Travel In Zimbabwe

Some places to stay in Zim:-
Maleme Rest Camp www.zimparks.org.zw>
Big Cave Camp
Granite Park Lodges
The Musketeers Lodge 9km on Matopos Rd
Matobo Hills Lodge
Burnside Cottage
Churchill Hotel
Rainbow Hotel
Travellers Guest House
Eastern Highlands:-
Frog And Fern In Chimanimani
Kulizwe Lodge Binga - shores of Lake Kariba
Kariba Accomodation
Miombo Lodge Dete Situated Hwange National Park/Dete Rd
Hwange Safari Lodge
NEHIMBA living with the Elephants
Lake Mutirikwi (Kyle):-
Norma Jeans Lakeview
Ghonarezhou game reserve:-
Vic Falls:-
Victoria Falls Hotel

14) Catering and Food

A few places to eat in Bulawayo:-

Arizona Grill House in the Holiday Inn
Banff Lodge Coffee cafe
Book and Bean caf at Bradfield Shopping Centre
Bulawayo Club
Bulawayo Golf Club www.golfzone.co.zw
Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel
Camp Amalinda
Cattleman - 12th Avenue
Country Club www.golfzone.co.zw
Frangos- 12th Avenue
Friar Tucks
Gallery Coffee Shop - Fort Street https://nationalgallery.co.zw
Garden Restaurant - 54 Park Rd
Granite Ridge - Matobo Hills
Hillside Dams Tea Room
Hillside Bowling Club
Holiday Inn - Arizona Grill House
Horizon Restaurant & Bar - Pioneer House, Fife Street
Hotel Rio, Old Esigodini Rd
Hunt's Boma 22 Jaywick Rd Matsheumhlope
Indaba Book Caf & Sandwich Bar
Mary's Restaurant - opp Medical Cent
Maxies Massimo's - Ascot Shopping Centre
Nemo's Resturant - Hillside Bowling Club
Nesbitt Castle - Percy Avenue
New Orleans - Banff Road
Pergola Restaurant 22 Jaywick Rd Matsheumhlope
River Cafe -12th Ave

and more !!

15) Vehicles for Sale and Hire

16) Travel and Tours

Bulawayo Travel Agents & Tour Company's:-

African Wanderer
Antelope Park
Big Cave Camp
Black Rhino Safaris
Eco Logical Safaris & Travel
Greyhound Coach Service - Byo to Joburg

17) Computers And Electronics

Bulawayo Computers:-

Internet at Netconnect.co.zw

18) Lifts Wanted And Offered

19) Seeking Friends

20) Situations Wanted and Situations Vacant

21) Services

Safe Driving Provisional Guide
Revision Q and A,
Expect above a Ninety percent pass rate
WhatsApp : 0774 094 742

TV and Satellite installation and all things connected to electronics.

We have been using the excellent services of Idris the TV, satellite and wifi expert

Whatsapp +263 78 803 1025.

The Plumbing Doctor.
For all your plumbing.
Blocked drains, burst pipes, leaking geysers, toilets, taps, drain laying.
Solar Geysers installation.
Borehole pumps installation and repairs.
Jojo tank installation.
Washing machine installation.
Call Rob 0772230551

Adie Iron Cafe



For all your steel products at affordable prices

0772983346 or 0713885428

Nobility Gas servicing and maintenance

We do repair ,maintenance &installation of all gas appliances
Stoves, Brasilia, heaters and tanks

For more details +263774534948


Adrian Bolze is a professional tree cutter.

His team is excellent, fast and reliable.

Mobile 071 240 4987

I teach a set of 4 classes covering pregnancy, labour, baby care, breastfeeding and other information. I also do a "crash course" for out of towners. These classes are valuable even if you're having an elective CAESAREAN SECTION!!
Please book early.
(I work part time at my BABY CLINIC doing vaccinations and growth monitoring :-)
Appointments are essential.

For any further information contact SISTER JAN JOHNSTON on 0292466741/2 from 8 am til 12 pm Mon to Fri
or 0292237240, 0712 728 350 or 0772 749 749 (w/app) or email me on jicsj@yoafrica.com or janfjohnston8@gmail.com
Bulawayo Services:-

Acol Chemical Bulawayo
Bulawayo's Online Business Directory

22) Health And Beauty

23) Tuition

24) Miscellaneous For Sale

For Sale

A brand new, never used, hospital bed.
Landed in Bulawayo at R20 000.00
A bedsores mattress, also unused, will be given away with the bed.

Please phone 077 235 7926.

Cure Children's Hospital of Zimbabwe

Cure is a Christian non-profit organisation in a public-private partnership with the Ministry of Health and Childcare.
We offer paediatric surgical interventions for children between the ages of 0-18 years with treatable disabilities.
We specialise in orthopaedic and plastic reconstructive surgeries to treat conditions like cleft lip and palate, burn contractors, clubfoot, knock knees, bowed legs, osteogenesis imperfecta (brittle bones) windswept knees and neglected trauma.

The services we offer include
Outpatients Services
Operating Theatre
Diagnostic x-ray imaging
Nursing services
Our services are by appointment only and free of charge.

Call +263 867 7192320
Whatsapp +263 77269 6481
Email - Zim.outpatient@cure.org
Working Hours Monday to Friday
08.00hrs - 17.00hrs


25) Wanted To Buy or Hire

26) Clothing And Fashion

27) Boats and Fishing

Bulawayo Water Activities:-


28) Garden, Decor And Home



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