Craft is an intellectual and physical activity where the maker explores the infinite possibilities of materials and processes to produce unique objects. To see craft is to enter a world of wonderful objects which can be challenging, beautiful, useful, and extraordinary to understand and enjoy the energy which has gone into their making. This is likely to be the scenario at the Gumiguru Craft Fair, which brings to fore the work of the National Gallery of Zimbabwe and the National Handicraft Centre.-The Herald
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THE national dress fabric which was launched in 2019 by President Mnangagwa is now available for sale in all the 10 provinces. Minister of Women’s Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Dr Sithembiso Nyoni said having a national dress was of great value to Zimbabwe as a nation as it reinforces the concept of national identity. Minister Nyoni said the fabric should be no more than just an identity, but a tool through which people have a sense of belonging to their heritage. The Herald
THE ongoing Expo 2020 Dubai has opened a lucrative window for rural Zimbabwean women and handicrafts to connect with the global market, which has a higher appetite for such products. Rural women generally constitute the majority of producers of basketry items and textile embroidery related products, with men coming in more on stone and wooden sculpturing among other traditional artefacts. These are selling like hot cakes here in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), where Zimbabwe has been participating since October last year, among 191 States.-The Herald