Cathy

Cathy Buckle is well known for her writings of daily life in Zimbabwe. These are sent to subscribers around the world and are regularly featured by a number of international print and broadcast media outlets.

Black Friday sale!

BLACK FRIDAY SALE EXTENDED! Publishers LULU are offering 25% off all my books and my Beautiful Zimbabwe 2020 Calendar. Offer valid until midnight 1 Dec 2019. Use promo code BLACKFRIDAY25 to claim the discounts and follow this link to order www.lulu.com/spotlight/CathyBuckle2018   CathyCathy Buckle is well known for her writings of daily life in Zimbabwe. …

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Zimbabwe’s Holiday Hamper of Horrors

Dear Family and Friends, The rains have arrived in Zimbabwe, the first storms coming with violent winds and hail which blew roofs off houses, felled trees, stripped fruit from branches and shredded new young crops. The only happy faces in my garden after a violent hail storm were Mousebirds feasting on the fruit of a …

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Beautiful Zimbabwe Calendar 2020

After 19 years of Letters from Zimbabwe and 8 books about our tragic decline, I am delighted to present another face of our country in my Beautiful Zimbabwe Calendar 2020. To preview images in the calendar and to order, follow this link: www.lulu.com/spotlight/CathyBuckle2018 CathyCathy Buckle is well known for her writings of daily life in …

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Doctors Or Cars. Zimbabwe Chooses Cars And Fires 286 Doctors

Dear Family and Friends Two years ago today, on the 14th November 2017, I got up early after a stormy, thundery,  night and switched on ZBC TV, Zimbabwe’s only television station. The day before, army tanks had been seen approaching Harare and overnight there were numerous reports of explosions and gunfire from the capital city. …

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High Risk Of Chaos In Zimbabwe

High Risk Of Chaos In Zimbabwe

Dear Family and Friends, Everything’s upside down in Zimbabwe this October. Usually known as suicide month because of extremely high temperatures, the blistering heat has yet to take hold this summer. Instead of shorts, T shirts and slip slops this mid October we’re back in jackets and jerseys until midday in my home town. Every …

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