Homes magazine is a a popular upmarket A5 publication printed in full color on quality gloss paper.
Currently 5000 copies of the magazine are distributed free of charge on a monthly basis in Harare, Bulawayo, Mutare and Victoria Falls to select supermarkets, upmarket coffee shops, embassies, private school offices, selected sports clubs, selected Doctors surgeries and registered estate agents. Homes has an estimated 18,000 plus readers.
I recently had a fantastic time flying along in an Enterprise (not the one from Star Trek fame) and a Jaguar without wheels. I was number two in a quad sculling boat and was keen to take advantage of the free rowing, kayaking, windsurfing, motor …
Tubing, white water inflatable kayaking and watercourse trout fishing are all life-time firsts thanks to the Gairezi River. It’s also responsible for introducing me to some amazing new people, cementing fantastic friendships, showing me awe inspiring Zimbabwe scenery, stunning …..
Should you be on a full fat, fat free, low sugar, no sugar, Aitkin’s, cabbage, low GL or GI diet? There is so much information out there regarding the perfect, ultimate, or ‘the right’ diet that it’s …..
The 2am temperature reading tells us it’s just 10 degrees, down from 32 degrees earlier in the day. The full moon lights up the landscape just enough for us to count our waterholes visitors, although it takes patience and a good pair of binoculars …..
It’s dark and I’m sitting in the stands with a friend revelling in the cool evening air. I’m eating excellent pizza and bizarrely, I’m absorbed in watching a fast moving game of five-a-side football, which is very odd, because generally speaking I really…….
Exercise and sport comes in many different formats. Some love it, even becoming addicted to it, whilst others despise it and will do absolutely anything not to get involved. Many tolerate and accept it as necessary to maintaining a healthy body whereas for others it becomes a major part of their social life, as …..
Whether your two footed passion is running ultra events like the ‘Comrades’ and ‘Two Oceans’, or more sedate sunrise walks around the Botanical Gardens, walking and running are the easiest, quickest and cheapest ways for you to get fit. To do it you …
As the sun rises and the breeze picks up, the soft jingle of rigging competes with the dawn chorus of the birds along the Matusadona foreshore. The sky turns pink, the smell of coffee brewing and bacon cooking …..
A Canadian friend who spent most winters in sub zero temperatures once said to me, “Zimbabwean winters are so quaint, they’re really just a good excuse to wear a jumper ”. Zimbabwe as usual is currently zooming from winter to summer and yet again I’ll be…..
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