Anoziva Marindire January 6, 2017 0 comments

LOST OPPORTUNITY

Article By Rutendo Melody Kanguru So, I am on my way from work today and i get into the shuttle and unlike every other day, the bus is quite crowded and almost full. I manage to quickly secure one of the few seats close by but unfortunately the 2 guys
Women & Gender
Anoziva Marindire January 5, 2017 0 comments

IS THERE SOCIAL JUSTICE FOR WOMEN & CHILDREN IN ZIMBABWE

By Thelmah Chandafira According to Judith M. Schagrin, social justice means all citizens are entitled to the same rights and services in spite of their gender, race, age or social status but reports on jobs, professions, education, income and health show that women and children still have a long way
Women & Gender
Anoziva Marindire January 5, 2017 0 comments

CONSENTING TO EARLY MARRIAGE: WHO IS TO BLAME?

By Theresa Takafuma   Maria and Martina (not real names) are half-sisters, born in a polygamous family from the same father but different mothers. The two, whose parents are staunch members of the Johane-Marange Apostolic sect are both married to one man, a 70-year-old senior elder in the church who
Women & Gender
Anoziva Marindire January 5, 2017 0 comments

WHEN RELIGION BECOMES OPPRESSION: WHO SHALL BE THEIR VOICES?

The Zimbabwe media and social networking sites have been awash with reports and jokes about the beat down of the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Support Unit by the Budiriro based Joanne Masowe eChishanu apostolic cult recently. While I can understand the noise and even joy being expressed by most because
Women & Gender
Anoziva Marindire February 15, 2017 0 comments

PARADOKA VISION NIGHT PARTY IN PICTURES & GUIDE TO MAKING YOUR OWN VISION BOARD

Check Out Pictures from Paradoka’s Vision Night Party & A Guide to Making Your Own Vision Board Below   In 2008 I was introduced to the Law of Attraction by a friend of mine and I have been hooked ever since! Every year around January or February I find myself
Events
Anoziva Marindire February 13, 2017 0 comments

VIMBAISHE MUSVABURI: I AM A RAPE SURVIVOR NOT A VICTIM!

The Zimbabwe National Statistics Office (ZimStat) revealed in their 2016 quarterly digest of statistics that on average, 646 women were sexually abused monthly in 2015 and that at least 21 women were raped daily in Zimbabwe. Further research indicates that 60 percent of sexual abuse cases recorded in the country
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Anoziva Marindire February 6, 2017 0 comments

ZIMBABWEAN MUSIC: A CHAT WITH GEMMA GRIFFITHS

In Zimbabwe like many other countries there exists an invisible and unspoken racial divide, where the Black, Caucasian, Indian etc. communities keep to their own and rarely meet except maybe if you go to the churches in the uptownt suburbs. But once in a while a musician comes along and
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Anoziva Marindire January 26, 2017 0 comments

WIN A VALENTINE’S DAY COUPLES MINI PHOTO-SHOOT

Valentine’s Photoshoot Here’s your chance to win a free couple photo-shoot for your Valentine, valued $50. Just in time for Valentine’s Day we have teamed up with TV Yangu Studio to give 3 lucky winners a free Photo Shoot Giveaway! This is a simple contest in which 3 lucky and
Giveaways & Competition
Anoziva Marindire January 6, 2017 0 comments

A DAY IN NAIROBI

Are you planning a vacation this year? If that is so then consider paying a visit to Kenya. Kenya is such a splendid country to visit. This is not just because it’s my home, but frankly speaking there are a number of places where one can visit and truly enjoy
Paradoka Travellers
Anoziva Marindire January 6, 2017 0 comments

AFRICA AT WAR WITH ITSELF

Africa at war with itself   My heart bleeds My soul cries out My eyes are swollen from nights of crying… My heart is besotted with sorrow For mother Africa is at war… In the west the voices of my sisters cry out… 219 girls lost without a trace At
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