We are giving away five pairs of full access passes to attend the rest of the International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF). There are still five days of the festival in Harare with three more days happening in Bulawayo next week. We will give away tickets as pairs for you and a friend to…Details
The 12th edition of the International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) is set to launch tomorrow under the theme ‘Women Alive – Women of Peace’.
Below is a link to the full programme for the festival which promises to be exciting.
We’ve just received a booklet in the mail showcasing Her Zimbabwe as one of 16 highly commended initiatives in communication for social change, as selected by The University of Queensland in Australia. The commendation comes as a result of nomination for the 2013 Communication for Social Change Award, by academic and media researcher, Tanya Notley,…Details
Her Zimbabwe spoke to 25-year-old Varaidzo Mupunga, a female candidate under the ZANU-PF party, vying for the position of MP in the Harare West constituency in the upcoming elections. With just over a week before millions of Zimbabweans cast their vote, we wanted to learn more about Mupunga who, at 25, is one of the…Details
About 20 women this weekend attend the first ‘Women in Conversation’ meeting hosted by Jewel Magazine and Her Zimbabwe to discuss the topic of women in entrepreneurship. The vibrant panel consisted of Jewel Magazine Founder and Managing Editor, Tsitsi Mutendi, National Arts and Merit Award (NAMA) winning mbira artist and singer, Hope Masike, and motivational…Details
Finally, we have lift off! It’s been a long time since the Her Zimbabwe site has been updated and we are really glad to introduce you to a site we hope will be more fun for you to interact with. One of the issues with the old site was that it gave a lot of…Details
When Her Zimbabwe launched last year, one of its targets was to reach Zimbabweans abroad. And if our social media following is anything to go by, we have managed to do just that. Of our over 4 000 Facebook followers, half are based in Zimbabwe with the other half being people in South Africa, the…Details
Girl: Dad, I’m in love with a boy who is far away from me. I am in Ghana and he lives in UK. We met on a dating website, became friends on Facebook, had long chats on Whatsapp, proposed to each other on Skype and now we’ve had two months of relationship through Viber. I…Details
Her Zimbabwe is currently accepting thought-provoking articles and creative fiction around a range of issues affecting women and men in Zimbabwe, and Zimbabwe’s diasporic communities. Although not limited to these themes, articles that interpret the following issues will stand a greater chance of favourable review; •Feminisms and Feminist Practice and Perspectives •Sexual and Reproductive Health…Details
Her Zimbabwe (HZ) recently had the pleasure to meet and interview Shereen Essof (SE), a Zimbabwean feminist activist who has worked with a range of social justice organisations focusing on feminist political education, movement building and the creation of accessible information. She has published widely in the area of feminism, women’s movements and social movement…Details