Sarah Graham tells us about her food safari

Naturally Zimbabwean interviewed Sarah Graham, a celebrated Zimbabwean cook, food writer and TV show host who is based in South-Africa. Sarah’s food philosophy is built...

A Tribute to Zimbabwe’s Legumes

“Legumes nourish people and the land as well as enhancing self-reliance and the economy. They enrich and protect the soil from erosion and can...

Stir-fried rosella leaves

Ingredients 4 bunches of Rosella leaves 2 onions peeled and sliced 2 tbsp oil 1 tbsp water or as needed 2 garlic cloves 1 tsp chilli powder ½ tsp turmeric powder 1...

Elizabeth Mpofu, Africa’s Pulse Ambassador

2016 was the International Year of Pulses (IYP), a year proclaimed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to focus...

Naturally Zimbabwean recipe competition

In order to tap into the inspirational talents of all you great cooks out there, we have decided to hold a competition for the...

Petalilli promotes seven generations principle

Herbal teas are becoming increasingly popular as health giving tonics and an alternative to caffeine-containing drinks. A wide range of different products is now...

Drought busters – indigenous vegetables beat the heat

There is an idyllic scene when I arrive in Silobela, West of Kwekwe in Zimbabwe’s midlands. The grass is green, goats and cattle graze...

Interview with SME Business Woman of the Year: Nyarai Kurebgaseka

Tell us about yourself – your background, where you’re from and how you came to be who you are today in relation to promoting...

Zimbabwe’s growing Traditional and Organic Food Movement

Since the 1980’s there has been a steady evolution of organisations and groups in Zimbabwe which have become linked, through environmental and health concerns,...

Zimbabwe food activism tackles GMOs

With over 300 members on its mailing list and more than 200 followers on Facebook, Food Matters Zimbabwe was set up with the goal...