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Nhimbe Pulse October-November 2022

The Nyanga Rural District is a major highlight of the Zimbabwean geographical landscape. In its vicinity is the Nyanga National Park renowned for a variety of wildlife, Mount Nyangani, the highest mountain in Zimbabwe, the spectacular Nyamombe Falls, the breath-taking Mutarazi Falls, the scenic Pungwe Falls and the Ziwa Ruins and Museum – among many other tourist at-tractions.


Tuesday, October 25, 2022


Nhimbe Pulse February-March 2022

Participation in UNESCO Inter-Governmental Committee (IGC)
Nhimbe's Legislation Tracker Update


Thursday, March 10, 2022


Nhimbe Trust Newsletter - January - February 2022

Donation to Bulawayo City Council Libraries
New home for Bluez Cafe
Getrude V Munhamo for African Women Playwrights Network
Zimbabwe's Human Rights Record to be examined by the UN UPR


Wednesday, February 9, 2022


Annual Reports

Intangible Cultural Heritage

The Intangible Cultural Heritage project has been a fascinating journey of discovery documenting, together with knowledge-bearers, dance expressions of different groups in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe which must live on to future generations!

A project by Nhimbe Trust, funded by UNESCO, with support from the GoZ




Nhimbe Trust 2019-2021 Strategic Plan Outcomes Report

Making a Case to Protect Civic Space and the right to Access Resources.




City of Bulawayo BAF 2021 Report

The Fund endeavors to provide a sustainable resource funding base for arts culture and heritage in Bulawayo




Media Releases

‘Songs of Queen Lozikeyi’ to Dubai

A Celebration of the great Ndebele Queen represents Zimbabwe at Dubai Expo


Saturday, March 12, 2022


Bulawayo Arts Festival (BAF) Report 2021 Launched

Bulawayo Arts Festival (BAF) Report 2021 Launched

Bulawayo City Council and its technical partner Nhimbe Trust have launched the 2021 Bulawayo Arts Festival report, with details of the vivid and culture-packed 5-day activities which took place in Bulawayo City and online, from 1 to 5 June 2021.


Monday, September 20, 2021


NHIMBE TRUST PRESS RELEASE: Immediate Release: 3.9.2021

FAR FROM bright stage lights and the energy of real live audiences in rows of seats, HERE, THERE, NOW brought women actors of Bulawayo and London together in virtual spaces, exchanging experiences over thousands of miles, in homes and studios in the two cities, listening and understanding each other.

 


Friday, September 3, 2021



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