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Harare’s Cathedrals

By Lynette Gibson (Harare Free Walking Tour)  Have you ever wondered why our city looks the way it does? Could there be hidden stories behind …

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Online Art Exhibition by Shennice Ericah

An artist of few words Shennice Ericah lets her work speak for itself. She is a self-taught artist whose art is bold and captivating. Her …

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Harare City Walks

By Nyati Tours Harare, the city that never sleeps, boasts of a welcoming and friendly population, rich heritage, a range of arts and culture which …

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Little Theatre: Jasen Mphepo Little Theatre

By Jasen Mphepo The Jasen Mphepo Little Theatre, a brainchild of the Patsime Edutainment Trust, is an entertainment space that was officially launched on the …

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How to Fail: Everything I’ve learned from things going wrong by Elizabeth Day.

Review by Rutendo Makubika “If I have learnt one thing from this shockingly beautiful venture called life, it is this: failure has taught me lessons …

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Big Theatre: Reps Theatre

By Chelsy Maumbe The Repertory Players will have been in existence for 90 years in 2021 and in their home, Reps Theatre, situated on Sam …

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Fireboy DML – Vibration Marimba Cover

by Kudzai Muwori. Kudzai is a Zimbabwean musician/instrumentalist, born on July 21st 1998, in Harare. He attended Avonlea Primary School until Grade 5 and then …

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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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