Zimbabwean author, Sabina Mutangadura, was yesterday announced as one of ten writers on the 2013 Golden Baobab Prize long list in the Early Chapter Book category for her novel, ‘Seven’. Mutangadura is the only Zimbabwean nominated across the three categories of this year’s prizes in a list dominated by Nigeria and South Africa; there are…Details
It was to a gathering of over a hundred guests that NoViolet Bulawayo this week launched her book, ‘We Need New Names’, in Zimbabwe ahead of a busy schedule that sees her attending a host of high level literary festivals in the coming weeks. However, in spite of all the international attention that is currently…Details
“So if you lived in Cameroon and Zimbabwe for so long, how come you don’t know or speak any local languages from either place?” A few years ago, when I started to grow into my identity more completely, I was upset with my parents and grandparents for neglecting to teach me how to speak Bangwa…Details
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.