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Anything you can imagine you can create - Oprah Winfrey

Fashion for years – The conscious wardrobe.

By Elsie Mutsaka When people think of fashion they more often than conjure up images of glamorous and expensive labels, shopping sprees and staying on …

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Gareth Hook: The Artist

By Gareth Hook and Kundai Chihambakwe Gareth Hook was born in Zimbabwe and grew up on his family’s farm on the northern outskirts of Harare. …

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Fully Booked Book Club: Life Lessons from the Township Girls

By Sarah Nyengerai Motivated by the need to create a space in Harare for women to engage socially and intellectually, Fully Booked Book Club was …

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Still, I Rise

By Keith Ndlovu The reason why I mainly focus on human portraits is that I am intrigued by the human form and function (the reason …

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The Dondo Collection

By Rufaro Kaviya Not enough praise could be sung as men and women alike gathered, trying to stay as close as possible to the beautifully …

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Why Your Pocket Matters

By Ron Mazhindu Before the days of smartphones, if you can remember such a time – taking a great photo was a labour intensive process. …

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Sip and Read: Dark Matter by Blake Crouch

By Rutendo Makubika Hello, it’s week 2 of the Sip and Read book review and today’s pick is Dark Matter by Blake Crouch. Blake Crouch …

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Smashing the Barrier – Overcoming Creative Block

By Tamuka Nyoni As a professional, a creative block is not something to be minimised – it has the potential to affect your career. Especially …

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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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