Alliance Française de Harare

Open Day – Saturday 14 January 2023!

Af de Harare OPEN DAY – 14 January 2023!

A chance to take part in different activities around the French language and culture!

Evaluate your level, attend a demo class, discover Pétanque, cheese and wine tasting, coffee and croissants, testimonials from students, live performances by Asante Mo, Thrive Maramba and other surprise acts.

Free Entry – Saturday 14 January – 9h00 to 14h00

Food and refreshments available to buy.

Weekday morning classes!

Start your day the French way with our morning classes!
Lessons on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, either from 8h30 to 10h30 or 10h45 to 12h45. New session starting on Monday 16 January!
Complete a session of 30 hours in 5 weeks. To get started the tuition is $110 USD, study material $40 USD, registration fee $10 USD.

French Up Your Life!

Make it your new year’s resolution to learn French. French up your life!

Improve your employability skills by learning a language for the international job market. A knowledge of French opens the doors of French companies in France and other French-speaking parts of the world.

#LearnFrenchAf de Harare

The Zimbabwe Jazz Festival 2022

THE ZIMBABWE JAZZ FESTIVAL 2022 will bring onstage the guitar maestro, Louis Mhlanga, featuring Jazz Invitation, Dudu Manhenga-Muparutsa, Intotal Band, Jeys Marabini, Those Guys vacho, Prince Edward School Jazz Band &
Saturday 29th October 2022 @14h00 – 22h00,
at Alliance Française de Harare.
Admission: $20 advance tickets available at Af de Harare

French Cinéma with English Subtitles!

A better and more effective way of learning French is through cinéma. We project films in French with English subtitles, twice every month. Join us on Thursday 13 October in the Old Mutual Theatre at Alliance Française de Harare for the screening of Felicità from 18h00. Free Entry!! #Comedy

New French Weekend Session for Adults!

Learning French is always positive and will bring you unexpected benefits far greater than just simple communication.
It will be a great move for your career. France is one of the world’s largest economies. The French language is key to doing business in any francophone country.
It is one of six languages of the United Nations and the second most widely-spoken language in the European Union…
That’s great news, isn’t it?

Gonora Sounds back from Italy!

Gonora Sounds will be performing live at the Alliance Francaise de Harare on Saturday 8 October supported by Tru Bantu Tribe Band, from 15h30 – 18h00. Tickets are available for $10. Don’t miss out the Gonoras first performance after Italy.

Gonora Sounds is a family band that has been busking on the streets of Zimbabwe since 2004. Entertaining thousands of commuters with their street beat dubbed Gonora Sounds by regular revellers. The band is led by blind singer/songwriter Daniel Gonora, a master on the guitar with protege teenage son Isaac Gonora on drums. In recent years, the band has extended to sometimes include seasoned musicians Nelson “Mr Longman” Mutanda on lead guitar and Malizani Mbewe on bass for a full band set up.
Af de Harare Whatmore Muchuwe Gonora Sounds

Saturday 8 October
15h30 – 18h00