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Dogs in the manger
October 13, 2012, 1:50 pm

 

Dear Family and Friends,

To the beckoning whistles of the Paradise Flycatchers and under a blistering October sky, Zimbabwe waits for the rain. As every day gets hotter and drier and we think ‘maybe today,’ everything around us seems to be in a state of growing unease, infected with the delirium of October heatstroke. 

Because of the three week tr
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Bizarre, sad and strange but true.
October 6, 2012, 7:38 am

 

Dear Family and Friends,

Infected by the searing October heat, we’ve had a fortnight of  bizarre, sad, and  strange-but- true incidents. It started in hot, dry Matabeleland. In a notice in the Chronicle newspaper, residents of Bulawayo city were advised to flush their toilets at exactly the same time every third day.  7.30 pm is the designated synchro
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Queuing up for the front page
September 29, 2012, 7:49 am

 

Dear Family and Friends,

An hour before midnight the calls of an Eagle Owl chased sleep away. It’s that time of year when the heat of summer doesn’t persist long after dark and so you spend all  night pulling the blankets on and off.  For a long time the Owl called out again and again, its deep, drawn out ‘hoo-hoooo’ haunting and alluring
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Purple splats
September 22, 2012, 7:59 am

 

Dear Family and Friends,

In the eerie glow thrown by a thin orange crescent of the setting  moon, sausage flies and flying ants filled the evening sky this week. The orange moon sinking into a dark, dusty horizon along with the sudden reappearance of gossamer-winged insects  is a sure sign that summer has arrived.  Clouds are starting to build up, Jacaranda
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The Forgotten Ones
September 15, 2012, 7:48 am

 

Dear Family and Friends,

So many things aren’t often talked about in Zimbabwe anymore. Things like what happened to the families of at least four thousand people who died of cholera. Or what happened to the estimated three hundred thousand farm workers who lost their jobs and homes during land seizures or what happened to all the children who used to go to little fa
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