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“Hip hop is an aggressive genre” – Holy Ten interview
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Arts, Culture and Sport “Hip hop is an aggressive genre” – Holy Ten interview

Holy Ten, also known as “the leader of the youths” is making a case for Hip hop as Zimbabwe’s next big genre, urged on by adoring legions of Generation Z and the decline of Zimdancehall. A belligerent artist who wastes no opportunity for beefing, he is also morally nuanced and attuned to society’s most vulnerable. He shares his creative process and influences in this interview with Onai Mushava.

Damned if you vote — damned if you don’t: Zimbabwean youth and political alienation
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Politics and Society Damned if you vote — damned if you don’t: Zimbabwean youth and political alienation

The 2023 election is considered by many Zimbabweans to be decisive. The economy is struggling and there is belief amongst many that only a change of government can stop the downturn. Key to this aspiration of change is the youth vote. However, the campaign to register young people to vote continues to move at a snail’s pace.

African youths reimagine a second liberation
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Politics and Society African youths reimagine a second liberation

New struggles are taking shape across the African continent and in the diaspora. Reminiscent of the 60s, a wave of consciousness has been sweeping across the continent with young people pushing for good governance and respect of fundamental human rights. At the core of the struggles is the desire by young Africans to be heard, respected and included in decisions to shape an inclusive Africa we want.

10  influential young Africans keeping the Pan African dream alive
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Africans rising 10 influential young Africans keeping the Pan African dream alive

The community of future-oriented African thinkers and doers met on the 10th and 11th of December 2020 to reflect on various challenges and achievements at the 2020 African Crossroads hybrid edition. We recognise and celebrate the huge contributions of other indefatigable Africans who have made a significant impact in keeping the Pan-African dream alive.