The Herald (Harare)

23 August 2014

Zimbabwe: Agric Show - One Not to Miss

Thank God we are enjoying every second of the holidays.

After the December holidays, the current one can easily pass as the second best. This school break is reloaded and this week most roads lead to the Harare Agricultural Show that is taking place. You need not ask as we will give constant updates on all the fun and excitement.

Here is what to look forward to at the Agric Show:

Besides all the entertainment, teens stand to learn a great deal as fellow teens from various schools have set up stands and are showcasing various items. From agricultural products, inventions, and showcases from disabled and vulnerable children - we thank God.

Young people also have a lot to learn in terms of HIV and AIDS as there is useful adolescent information to be obtained from different stands. Remember this when you visit the showgrounds.

Since music is an essential part of the urban lifestyle then we hope you make it to our favourite stand so far, the Star FM stand. Now there is a gig that you can totally enjoy with people your age and in broad day light.

Get to network and enjoy the time out but while you are at it, keep your eyes on your lyties.

That's a story from another page and in other things equally exciting we know the Miss High Schools and Colleges pageant is on tonight. We won't say much but will and simply advice you to check out next week's issue for an interesting "fashion police" social scene. Be warned

Former Big Brother House hunk Hakeem Mandaza had his first live performance at a local club last night and a crazy youth get together dubbed the crazy Sundaez is coming alive tomorrow at a popular spot in Warren Park.

Chris Brown and Karrueche Tran

We love celebrities and follow up on their lifestyles; what they are doing, who they are doing it with, what they wear and who they are dating. In Chris Brown's case, his relationships are news but . . . I am sure sick and tired of these two and I'm sure the feeling is mutual with millions across the globe. Chris Brown and Kurrueche Tran's roller coaster relationship does not look like it's ending soon. One moment they are together and the next, they are making up and breaking up . . . What a bore, we could go on all day . . .

Go Gadget

A smart phone (among other things) could just be the best thing to ever happen to teens. It's an iPod, pager, camera, play station and social hub. This week we also decided to take a look at some of the applications that are keeping teens glued to their mobile phones.

Games

Candy Join Tiffi and Mr Toffee in their sweet adventure through the Candy Kingdom. Pass level 50 to unlock Dreamworld and escape reality alongside an owl named Odus. Switch and match your way through hundreds of levels in this delicious puzzle adventure. Isn't it the sweetest game ever?

Marble mania

Marble Mania is an addicting puzzle adventure with wacky characters and mind-bending experience suitable for all ages. The goal of Marble Mania is to eliminate all of the marble balls rolling around the screen along a given path before these marble balls reach the mysterious hole. You need to fire coloured marbles from the wacky characters towards the chain of marbles. The marbles will disappear if three or more marbles of the same colour come in contact.

Need for drift

You will have to get behind the wheel of a sports car and take part in illegal racing right in the city streets. You will race on over 100 tracks in 30 supercharged cars and take your driving skills to a new height. Smart and skilful opponents won't let you get bored and will keep your adrenaline level high.

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