And in other news… 14/02/2017

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And in other news… 14/02/2017

Editor’s note

Happy Valentine’s Day to all! Valentine’s Day originated as a Western Christian liturgical feast day honouring one or more early saints named Valentinus. The day is recognised around the world but is not a public holiday anywhere. If you search the web, you will find the history of Valentine’s Day. Try Wikipedia’s_Day.

If you have a loved one, make them feel extra special today. If you don’t, why not treat a family member or a close friend to a delicious meal. Today is all about showing your love to those special people in your life. – Sarah


Cana Zone IV Championships (16th of February) 

Come watch some amazing swimming and water-polo at the Cana Zone IV Championships from the 16th to the 19th of February at the City pool in Bulawayo. Click here for more information…

DIY Creative Workshop at The Cottage Cafe (17th of February)

The workshop will comprise of 3-hours of relaxing in The Cottage Cafe gardens (or cosy verandah if it is raining) while each participant paints their own locally-made, wooden bowl. Also included in the price of the tickets is tea and cake from the Cafe. Click here for more information…

Fashion for Paws (17th of February)

Come join us to raise money for our furry friends and feel fashionable at the same time! In aid of Friends Foundation. Entertainment by Rob Macson and Raydizz. Spot prizes available! Click here for more information…


We have attached a copy of the latest Vehicle Operating Costs from AA. Click the Excel Sheet below to view.


Tropical Cyclone to hit Mozambique

“The Tropical Low that is developing in the Mozambique Channel has the potential to reach Cyclone strength in the next 24 hours according to NASA’s Hurricane Website,” Storm Report SA posted late on Sunday night, 12 February. Click here to read the full story…


Twala Trust Newsletter

Torrential rain has left Twala lush and green with rivers flowing and our dam spilling. After a dam burst upstream from the Sanctuary, we sustained considerable damage from flash floods; animal habitats and roads were washed away but thankfully the animals were unharmed. Patrick the Pig lost his house in the flood and then proceeded to add to our woes by throwing a 200 kilogram tantrum and destroying the stable he had been temporarily housed in. Patrick continues to sulk and is not happy at all about having to share a house with the chickens! Click here to read the full Newsletter…


Why not cook a delicious meal together with your loved one tonight? Choose a mouth-watering recipe from the Food Network…

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