4 Ways ZANU PF Is Already Winning 2018 Elections

by Simba The Comic King ZANU PF is the most ancient cult known to Zimbabwe. Some believe that is is older than the Illuminati itself or at least N’Sync. It is the ancient cult to follow if you are a mindless zombie f**k who can’t think for themselves. Forget the last part of that statement, […]

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Zimbabweans Remember Cde Chinx

by Watmore Makokoba Cde Chinx Chingaira passed away. People had to gather their minds in one accord, to reflect , retrospect and cherish his legacy. People of all walks of life poured out their thoughts of the all-time revolutionary musician and war veteran. Putting aside his beliefs – political and non-political, the man seems to […]

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So Many New Zimbabwean Radio Stations But Where Is The Diversity?

by Tafadzwa Murangwana Radio is a powerful medium that can be able to change people’s perspectives and enable them to make informed decisions. Recent surveys have pointed to appalling voter apathy among youths in Zimbabwe. One is bound to feel that this can be changed if the radio stations here do not over emphasise the […]

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Soul Jah Love Is Not A Thing… He Is Things!

By Simba The Comic King Soul Jah Love has done did it again. First, he started off “on the Dwayne Johnsons” (Pamamonya Ipapo), now he is things ( Ndiri Zvinhu). This past Saturday SJL was humiliated when a youthiez leader, Innocent Hamandishe told an excited crowd to calm the f**k down after they had spotted […]

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Zimbabwean artists participation in politics: Ngatibudiranei pachena!

by Silvanos Mudzvova The ‘Arts’ sector has for years complained that the government and politicians are not respecting them by not listening to their demands. Since 1980 the Zanu PF government has never appointed a cabinet minister with an arts background to head the Arts ministry. As a result, the ‘Arts’ sector has continually been […]

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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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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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In the midst of political confusion

by  Linda Tsungirirai Masarira  In the midst of the political confusion that has gripped our country, many people are wondering if we have come to the end of Zimbabwe. The answer is simple: the thing called an “end” does not exist, not in relation to a country. Zimbabwe will be there long after Mugabe is […]

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