Bulilima District Facts
Preserving and Promoting the Kalanga Cultural Heritage
Intombi Zosiko to perform at the TiBaKalanga/We Are Kalanga Festival
Intombi Zosiko is a 5 piece cultural group currently based in Johannesburg who are set to perform at the TiBaKalanga Festival in July. The 5 young ladies are all Zimbabweans of Kalanga and Ndebele cultural backgrounds. They have so far been thrilling crowds with their...
Villagers Prepare for the TiBaKalanga/We Are Kalanga Festival
Mrs Angelina Zikhali Ncube of Msinjwana Village in Ward 6, Bulilima District is working around the clock to make sure she has enough baskets to sell during the TiBaKalanga Festival scheduled for 22-23 July later this year. Mrs Ncube, along with other aspirant...
Mr Sibusiso Malunga to Direct the Annual TGSCCC 10K Run!
The year 2017 promises to be an exciting year for members and supporters the TG Silundika Cultural Community Centre as Mr Sibusiso Malunga has stepped in to play a key role in the development to the annual TGSCCC 10K Run. The 2017 10K Run is set for Saturday 8 July...
Help us make a difference – TiBaKalanga/We Are Kalanga Festival
TiBaKalanga/We Are Kalanga Festival is an event proposal that has its origins in an International Cultural Marketing Workshop held in July 2016 at the TG Silundika Cultural Community Centre at Gala village in southwestern Zimbabwe. More than 200 people mostly...
Pilgrimage to the Manyangwa Holy Shrine
By Felix Felisizwe Silundika For generations, ethnic Kalanga people have believed the Manyangwa mountain shrine, situated in a remote area in southwestern Zimbabwe to be the place where the rain god resides. I have always had a deep interest in folklore and customs of...
The Centre for the Performing Arts
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Centre for the Performing Arts will provide budding local artists room for rehearsals, competitions plus hosting local and international art and cultural festivals. It will also serve to promote excelling cultural groups to...
Young women will be taught skills in weaving straws
In the Arts and Crafts Gazebo, young women will be taught skills in weaving straws to make traditional artifacts such as mats known as amacansi, and baskets, incebethu in the local dialect.
Ward 5 Villagers Build School
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The community of Goba Village in Bulilima’s Ward 6 communal area have come together to build their first ever primary school. Both men and women of the area are fully involved in the effort with children also participating after...
Community comes together with their children to build the Tokwana Clinic
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Tokwana clinic was officially opened on the 26th of June 2015 by the Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr David Pairednyatwa. Towarna clinic is in ward 4 Bulilima District in Plumtree. Tokwana community came together with their...
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Location The district is located in Matabeleland South Province, in southwestern Zimbabwe, close to the international border with Botswana. Its main town, Plumtree, is located about 100 kilometres (62 mi), by road, southwest of Bulawayo, the nearest large city....
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