Sometimes kukwira kombi can be like kuenda kubhero with everyone shouting and trying to entice you to pick them instead of the other. "Town here sister?!" shouts one. "Huyai mukwire iyi yakanaka kunge imimi!" shouts another. Clearly he understands that flattery will get you everywhere. Just as I am about to enter the one yaconductor … Continue reading KombiTales: WiFi on the go
The media and social networks have been buzzing with allegations that Jah Prayzah, Zimbabweans musician of the moment, sexually harassed one of his backing vocalists. Some of the opinions given are brutal, naive and maddening for me in particular. This post talks about sexual harassment in general. This topic hits close to home because more … Continue reading Tanga wandida…
I am thirty years old. Born in a Zimbabwe that had just got its independence from British colonial rule and was proud with it. In all my life I have never registered to vote, until now. I have never voted, but thats only until 2018. This post is to share what changed my mind and … Continue reading For the unregistered voters
The way I see it on April 20 2016, when Pastor Evan Mawarire made this post, the #ThisFlag movement was born - "After the huge response to my #ThisFlag video, may I ask u to take a selfie holding or draping the Zim flag and post on FB and Twitter with the hashtag ThisFlag. We … Continue reading #ThisFlag: The psychology of movements
There is no prayer more fervent that that of a person in pain or trouble. Given the right circumstances even the worst skeptics amongst us WILL pray. I think that's why God said, "Every knee shall bow..." Something inside each and every human knows where to go when all hope is lost. We take our … Continue reading Where does your pain take you?
I made my first dream book in 2010. This was after years of drifting through life, making and unmaking plans. Praying and praying again for my hopes and aspirations to come to life. While discussing this dilemma with a good friend, Norma, she introduced me to the idea of a dream book. They had a … Continue reading For dreamers only…
Zimbabwe erupted in a mix of euphoria and confusion this past week when the Constitutional Court judgement on child marriage was announced. Many rejoiced at the landmark judgement which in short rules that the minimum age of marriage in all cases is 18 years, for both men and women. In effect this invalidates aspects of … Continue reading Does Zimbabwe need a Romeo and Juliet law?