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Book Review: She Lies In Wait

By Rufaro Kaviya On a scorching July night in 1983, a group of teenagers goes camping in the forest. They are destined for great things, …

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The Machangana: Cultural Festival

Attending a festival from another culture is like putting that culture under a microscope – one often sees the fine and intricate components of that …

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Mashonaland Photographic Society

MPS holds competitions on the third Tuesday of every month except December. Beginners through to advanced photographers are most welcome. Members may enter a total …

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Imagine

By PoemsbyDraya and ZimboSon Andrea Zhou Andrea Zhou is a 25 year old Investment Analyst. She is a recent co-founder of Kundiso Foundation, which is …

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Melmoth by Sarah Perry

Book Review by Rufaro Kaviya Helen Franklin’s life alters when her friend Karel discovers a mysterious letter in the library, a strange confession and a …

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Art Exhibition by Julio Rizhi at First Floor Gallery Harare

by First Floor Gallery Harare A contemporary art exhibition titled Chakafukidza by rising local artist and sculptor Julio Rizhi is on show at First Floor …

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The Reckoning by John Grisham

A man not afraid to die and willing to take his motive to the grave.

Books for any and all travellers

Books for any and all travellers
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To Our Short Story Winners

Below are their entries, enjoy!

A memory from my childhood (or Shadow Dancing) | Winning Story

By Nyaradzai Emelda Gwitima “Jump on my head!” I almost fell over laughing when Dad said that. He pointed to the dark shadow on the …

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A memory from my childhood ( Second Prize)

By Valerie Muyambo Hindsight is truly 20/20. While this proverb is generally associated with negative connotations, it has rung so true for me, coincidentally in …

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