ADMIRE Kudita is a journalist based in Zimbabwe but now lives between Harare and Bulawayo.He has a background in communication, law, history and english studies at tertiary. He has a master's degree in strategic communication. His career in journalism has spanned over 20 years writing as a correspondent and columnist on issues ranging from business, climate, environment, agriculture, technology, culture to society and politics for most of Zimbabwe's top independent publications such as 263chat (online), The Standard, Southern Eye, Financial Gazette and Zimbabwe Independent and Newshawks with frequent radio appearances on radio as a cultural affairs resource person /analyst. His deep and broad grasp of African current affairs and society is underpinned by an abiding interest in African global competitiveness and democritisation. His journalism is informed by a unique vision of a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic vision of society.
She has hobnobbed with Hollywood glitterati such as Denzel Washington, Spike Lee and a galaxy of others. In the country during the festive holidays to showcase her award winning play The Convert, Danai is the lead actress in the cult US television series called The Walking Dead.
US giant IT company Google has begun to notice and shortlisted the young Zimbabweans for their Africa Connected initiative which is aimed at identifying and rewarding young creative African thinkers and entrepreneurs who utilise their Google services to make a difference in the lives of global youth.
The ostensible purpose of the summit was to tackle the national, sub-regional and continental policies of development and promotion of handicrafts in Codepa member-states. Delegates from the 26-member organisation over the course of three days discussed topics and recommendations around matters such as social protection for handicraft artisans and families, creation of an information system on African crafts and extension of the small craft enterprise support programme of West Africa to other regions.
Mapfumo long sang that the country (Zimbabwe) was in tatters in the song Mamvemve. Several other songs hit hard at government for mismanaging the country. Mapfumo has been holding gigs in places such as South Africa and the UK to largely Zimbabweans expatriates over the years. The question that comes to mind in the midst of all that is happening is how far should artistes take their protest?
The commercial launch of iFlix’s SVoD service across Sub-Saharan Africa has seen it showcase its vast catalogue of thousands of TV shows, movies and more, including many first run exclusives and award-winning programmes available to hundreds of millions of consumers across the region.
The New York Times and many other distinguished United States publications gave them rave reviews on their recent tour...
IN what is clearly another demonstration of the growing ethos of collaborative effort in the tourism and cultural industries, a newly-launched cultural legacy project — the Painted House competition — has set Matobo villagers abuzz with anticipation...