WISe Project · Women

The WISe Project: Lynn Komu

My name is Lynn Komu. I’m an awkward creative and a bit of a nerd. I’ve always been fascinated by things that make the world beautiful but more so, how they work. My mom said that as a child I was always taking things apart and putting them it back together if I could; if… Continue reading The WISe Project: Lynn Komu

Events · Places · Restaurant Reviews

ZimGold Restaurant Week: Alo Alo Restaurant

On Day 3 of restaurant week we went to Alo Alo, #10 Forest Road, behind Arundel village in Mount Pleasant. It's a lovely restaurant and quite spacious with an indoor and outside seating area. We didn't have a reservation so we had to sit in the outdoor section but they were kind enough to bring… Continue reading ZimGold Restaurant Week: Alo Alo Restaurant

Places · Restaurant Reviews

ZimGold Restaurant Week: The Pointe Restaurant

I am at a loss for words about my experience at The Pointe restaurant; located in town at #116 Baines Avenue. It's an odd looking dark and spooky place. Im convinced the furniture was borrowed from the someone's grandmother's house. The walls are covered in colonial paintings that seem to harbour untold secrets of slave… Continue reading ZimGold Restaurant Week: The Pointe Restaurant

Events · Restaurant Reviews · Weekends With Phro

ZimGold Restaurant Week: Mustard Seed Cafe

Hello Luvbugs, As I mentioned in my last #WeekendsWithPhro post, I'll be blogging about ZimGold Restaurant Week instead of my weekend reviews. Here's my first review of the week. I went to the Mustard Seed Cafe last night; located at #27 Ridgeway South, Highlands.   My person and I chose the 3 course meal and this is what… Continue reading ZimGold Restaurant Week: Mustard Seed Cafe

WISe Project · Women

The WISe Project: Mudiwa Nathasia Muwanigwa

  Mudiwa Nathasia Muwanigwa is a 23 year old Zimbabwean woman doing a Masters in Molecular Mechanisms of Disease at Radboud University in Nijmegen, Netherlands. Mudiwa is an aspiring neuroscientist who wants to work on studying molecular mechanisms of neurological disorders. She is currently doing a Master’s internship with the Molecular Neurophysiology lab in the… Continue reading The WISe Project: Mudiwa Nathasia Muwanigwa

Events · Places · Weekends With Phro

Weekends With Phro June 24-25 June

Hello my freaky darlings,   This weekend's post features one event only because I'm saving my coins and my typing speed for ZimGold's Restaurant week which starts on the 28th of June. FYI this is the 9th restaurant week they are running and it features about 14 restaurants scattered around Harare providing the best of… Continue reading Weekends With Phro June 24-25 June

Life · Me · Thoughts

The Long and Short of it

A friend of mine likes to say life is not short, it's long, because there is nothing you can do that's longer than living. No matter what age you live up to, it will still be the longest you live; the longest you can ever know. To that I always ask what about people who die… Continue reading The Long and Short of it

WISe Project · Women

The WISe Project: Nthabiseng Nooe

Nthabiseng Nooe is a hydrogeologist working mostly in groundwater monitoring, information services pertaining to groundwater, and contributing to regulations that protect groundwater resources for sustainable and equitable access. She is from Thabong in Welkom in the Free State, South Africa, and she works in the Western Cape region. She is driven by fairness, equity, and… Continue reading The WISe Project: Nthabiseng Nooe

Events · Restaurant Reviews · Weekends With Phro

Weekends With Phro 17-18 June

An affair with chocolate, double roasted lamb, and a sticky green nightmare. The Chocolate Affair @ Utano Restaurant – Saturday 17th June I get excited when I hear about new events. I started Weekends with Phro partly because I needed a break from the usual weekend routine of going out for a drink, a bite,… Continue reading Weekends With Phro 17-18 June

WISe Project · Women

The WISe Project: Regina Mtonga

Regina Mtonga-Mantina is one of three founding members of Asikana Network which is a nonprofit in Zambia that encourages women's interest and engagement in STEM, with a particular focus in Technology. Regina works in the technological part of science and is an independent consultant in the field. Phro: Tell me about your background in Science.… Continue reading The WISe Project: Regina Mtonga