New novel based on Zim struggle launched in Byo

Then a Wind Blew, a novel written by Kay Powell and published by Weaver Press, Harare, Zimbabwe in February 2021, was officially launched in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe,...

New novel charts liberation war through women’s eyes

Then a Wind Blew by Kay Powell published by Weaver Press...

The Re-Education of a Colonialist

SIX YEARS AGO, university campuses across South Africa were gripped by demonstrations, a prolonged unrest termed...

Zimbabwean Wins Best Actress At New York Film Festival

Los Angeles - Zimbabwean-born Chloe Traicos has won Best Actress in a Leading Role for her...

Call for Zimbabwean Musicians: OneBeat Virtual 2021

I hope this email finds you well. I’m reaching out on behalf of OneBeat, an international...

‘Music and dance’ connect Ireland and Zimbabwe

A Zimbabwean man living in Northern Ireland is spending lockdown teaching online Irish dance classes....

Dennis Wilson’s influence on Zimbabwean reggae

In a tribute to the late radio deejay, Percy Zvomuya considers the contributions of Bob Marley,...

Another delightful book by Mike Holman

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Zimbabwe’s new television licenses: Media pluralism without diversity?

Zimbabwe has awarded new television licences, undoing the years-long monopoly held by ZTV; but not everyone...

Africa basks in Booker boost for female writers

Maaza Mengiste and Tsitsi Dangarembga's shortlisting for a major prize is a boost for Africa's literary...

Tsitsi Dangarembga: Life in an ‘ever-narrowing Zimbabwe’

The Booker Prize shortlisted author on being arrested, having more Black characters in fiction and why...

Shingai Shoniwa: ‘My hair isn’t intimidating – it’s an expression of who I am’

Ahead of a new Channel 4 programme, the singer explains why hair and identity are inextricably...

‘AMAVUSO’ goes online!

Conceptualised, written and directed by the multi-faceted Zimkitha Kumbaca, the Amavuso Project brings together a powerful all-female...

Female sculptors in Zimbabwe carve way through male-dominated art industry

HARARE (Xinhua) -- Kneeling on the ground and firmly clutching a hammer and a chisel, Tracy...

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