Is Planet Of The Apes Racist?

By Director Z / Tatenda Mbudzi Disclaimer: The following reviews, opinions will be extremely biased. BUT also come from a place of empathy, as the writer is a writer/director actor, and no-one ever sets out to make a bad film. In most cases. CUT ME IN HALF AND CALL ME CINDY!!! LAWD JISSUS. HAAAAOLY SLOW […]

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How Zimbabwe’s New Generation Of Voters Are Shaping 2018 Elections

By Kalabash Contributor The feminist ideology, the future is female may be somewhat true on the global scene but in Zimbabwe’s case the future is in the youth before it can be made about sex, then again saying it is female disregards the equality most feminists have been calling for, anyway that’s a topic for […]

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World Poverty Clock | 37.9% of Zimbabweans live in extreme poverty

by Munya Bloggo One of the highlight of #rp17 re:publica 2017 media convention for me was the World Poverty Clock exhibition stand. Charmaine Taus, the Head of Operations at World Data Lab in Vienna, Austria explained how they managed to build the amazing tool through the help of their global network.  The clock is based on a global […]

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The eviction of Cheshire Disabled people: A story of prejudice & neglect

By Watmore Makokoba It is 5 am early in the morning and everyone is probably contemplating on waking up or have one last nap of sleep before rising up for the day, this can only be in the dreams and imaginations to the Cheshire house former inhabitants. As Monica (not real name) narrates her ordeal after forcing […]

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Zim is the 2nd most developed country in Africa… wait what?

(Not so) Dear His Excellency, Commander In Chief of the Armed Forces And President and First Secretary of Zanu PF, Chancellor of All State Universities, Life President of Zimbabwe and blah blah blah blah (you get the gist of it) I was watching you speak the World economic forum and besides wondering why a man […]

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HIFA 2017 6-day program starts today!

By Kudzayi Zvinavashe Running under the theme, Staging an Intervention, Harare is billed to come to life as the Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA) is set to open its doors to festival goers on the 2nd of May in what is slated to be a 6-day program. Speaking at the press conference, HIFA […]

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Zim’s Craziest Headlines this Week

By Kalabash Contributor It has been a wet and cold week from Harare one that got many admitting climate change is real. The downpours have stopped (for now) and a bit of sun is shining on the sunshine city. As we look in the mainstream media, the use of goats to pay school fees has […]

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Ngugi Vere: The Rose that Grew from Concrete

by Nyarie Munodawafa Tupac left a work of art that was titled ‘The Rose That Grew From Concrete.’ This has become one of my favorite phrases as it truly resonates with my life and where I come from. Growing up from where we came from, we didn’t have many choices to give us hope, we […]

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Ngugi Vere: The Rose that Grew from Concrete

by Nyarie Munodawafa Tupac left a work of art that was titled ‘The Rose That Grew From Concrete.’ This has become one of my favorite phrases as it truly resonates with my life and where I come from. Growing up from where we came from, we didn’t have many choices to give us hope, we […]

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5 grants Zimbos can apply to right now

Peace and Security Fellowship for African Women This Fellowship is an intellectual and financial award to those who are able to portray convincing demonstrable or potential capacity to bring about intellectual, policy or other change in their field. The Fellowship is a postgraduate non-degree programme, and does not lead to an academic qualification.”   The […]

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