Four Rooms in my Heart.

Poetry by Keith Ndlovu The first room is the blackroom,It is filled with portraits of me crying,And memories of how I lost my self in the name of love.Black tiles surround the room,And they remind me of how I gave people my heart,And received it back broken,This is a room I want to keep shut... Continue Reading →

Stop sheltering perpetrators!

Article by Khetiwe Mathuthu. "Clothes DO NOT RAPE people!! Alcohol DOES NOT RAPE people!!! Nights out DO NOT RAPE people!! RAPISTS RAPE PEOPLE!! ~ Rumbidzai Mapeto The national statistics on rape against women, girls, children are shocking. Last year alone over 2,500 sexual abuse cases were recorded during the national lockdown. Childline estimates that at... Continue Reading →

Meet the #BAA20 Nominees, the Soul Dudes

Article by Khetiwe Mathuthu Soul Dudes is a dance duo formed in 2014 that focuses on Afro fusion and contemporary dance. They just recently participated in a dance challenge that was done by Viensmedia for a Dance Cover Challenge and they came in first position. They have had a privilege and opportunity of showcasing their... Continue Reading →

Realizing our Potential

Poem by Nobukhosi Ndlovu Realising our potentialWe are richDestined for greatnessBut like diamondsWe are hiddenBeneath the many layers of colonialismWhich burden our shoulderswhen we want to progressTo heights unknown We belittle the resources we haveYet we find pride in boosting other nations' economyWith the knowledge that would have transformed the little we hadInto a formidable... Continue Reading →

Dear Mr President

This is an open letter to His ExcellencyHoping you find it in your heart to have liniencyWith all due respect and all protocol observed sirI hope this letter finds you wellFor my heart is just about to swellI really wish I could extend more courtesiesMaybe even give you a little curtsyBut this letter serves to... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Girls ICT in a time of crisis

Article by Prisca Pfunye The ICT field has always been a male dominated space yet its a growing source of income from many countries. Girls have since invaded the space and are using ICTs to make a difference in the communities and the world. Every 4th Thursday of the year the world commemorates the International... Continue Reading →

Zimbabwe’s Covid-19 lockdown: Ensuring the right to food for the poor

By Phillan Zamchiya, Dewa Mavhinga, Thando Gwinji, Arnold Chamunogwa and Claris Madhuku The Covid-19 global pandemic poses serious challenges to fragile countries such as Zimbabwe, which have weak health systems and constrained social assistance programmes. Such countries must formulate and implement measures to tackle the unfolding public health crisis without plunging millions of people into... Continue Reading →

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