Inclusivity is the Core of Our fight Against HIV: An interview with Martha Tholanah

Last year we had an interview with Martha Tholanah, where we talked about her work, her life and activism. After the announcement that she was the third recipient of the prestigious Elizabeth Taylor Human Rights Award, we thought another one on one, with her was not a bad idea. This time we spoke to her…

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The Plight of Migrant Domestic Workers : We Need Solutions

The International Labour Organisation (ILO) and European Union through their Global Action Programme together with stakeholders from the public and private sector recently held a meeting in Harare to address the challenges faced by Zimbabwean migrant domestic workers (MDWs) in Arab States. This meeting was an intervention to map a way forward towards the protection…

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Review: The ‘Red.Fit’ Campaign Advert: Why I Think The Producers Nailed it

Throughout the history of television, advertising has been one of the main features of  programing, with TV mediating messages about products and services to the audience, and thereby becoming the filters through which we understood as what we wanted as humans and consumers in a sense. The encoding and decoding theory is used to explain…

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