Future Africa Forum founder and Zimbabwean entrepreneur Gerald Chirinda says the future is African. As Africa’s story changes, young people from the continent have the responsibility to get involved in changing the narrative.
Despite being a trained chemical engineer, Rudo Mazhande struggled for years to use her skills. Now her soap-making business is creating jobs and serving the needs of her community and beyond.
Simukai Chigudu has won the prize for Best Doctoral Thesis in African Studies.
Special dispensation was meant to regularise undocumented Zimbabweans living in South Africa, but left many undocumented for years.
Twenty-nine years after the world-famous Zimbabwean author Tsitsi Dangarembga’s first novel, Nervous Conditions, comes the last book of her thrilling trilogy. In ‘This Mournable Body’, fans will once again encounter the protagonist Tambudzai Sigauke, but this time as an adult struggling to survive.
The Progressive Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe has partnered with Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe, an LGBTQI+ advocacy rights group, in an anti-homophobia campaign in schools. The campaign aims to address issues of discrimination in learning institutions and educate teachers on LGBTQI+ issues.
The wigs and robes worn by judges and lawyers in former British colonies are among the most glaring symbols of colonial inheritance; an inheritance so old-fashioned and uncomfortable that even British barristers have stopped wearing them.