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Tribute to my Dad

Fathers are meant to be to usWhat superheroes areThey save the dayShow up just in the nick of time.Well my dad wasn’t that kind of …

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The Legend that is Patrick Mavros

By Louise McAllister His charisma, charm and sheer presence fill the biggest of spaces, while his minute attention to detail reaches into the tiniest of …

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Bulawayo Diaries: Vusa Mkhaya at Indaba Book Cafe in Bulawayo

By Kudakwashe Takundwa (Urban Culxure) On Saturday 15 February 2020 we found ourselves at Indaba Book Cafe in Bulawayo as we took a break from …

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Bad Blood (For My Friend Who Became My Landlord)

By Andrew Manyika There are so many phases to falling apart.I went mouth first. Once nimble tongue now clumsy enough to trip landminesI land mine …

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Inside the Pages – Harare Book Club

By Rumbi Zinyemba I moved back to Harare in 2017, and visited my childhood library. It was in a state of disrepair, the few books …

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“MOVEMENT”

Need I say more,Deviating from everything that suppresses my core.Inner parts of me stand for,All that allows my spirit to sore. I’m sowing seeds of …

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Zimbabwean Artist Shortlisted for Prestigious Wildlife Art Exhibition

By Dijon Ross The prestigious Wildlife Artist of the Year (WotY) exhibition is an annual art competition curated by the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF). …

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Inside the Pages

By Dean Duplessis One of the few joys of living in an incredibly demanding environment, is the pleasure of losing yourself in the pages of …

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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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