8 LESSONS ON LEADERSHIP FROM ROBERT & GRACE MUGABE’S DOWNFALL

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As we hold our breath for the arrival of a post-Mugabe Zimbabwe and hopefully a new way of doing politics, here are 8 lessons I have taken to heart as a young person in leadership from the fall of “grace” of  Zimbabwe’s once beloved son, his wife and family. The […]

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

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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 […]

ZIMBABWEAN MUSIC: A CHAT WITH GEMMA GRIFFITHS

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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 […]

MY FATHER IS A FEMINIST

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“Nhai mukoma muno tambisirei mari muchi endesa mahure kusecondary? Akakura anoroorwa ono budiritsa umwe musha.” (Brother why do you waste money sending prostitutes to school? When they’re older their education will benefit another family.). My father’s younger brother asked, he like many in my village, down in Maranda, did not […]