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The Judas Files will set literary world on fire

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Zimbabwe’s Robert Mukondiwa has never been the conventional writer never mind the typical journalist owing to his unmatched observation and descriptive language that has been missed in mainstream media for the past few years. A few years ago I had hit a brick wall trying to get an interview from him with regards his exit from H-Metro, something he had repeatedly not cared to comment on. And
African Women Awards 2015 honours Phenominal women

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The much anticipated Inaugural African Women Awards were held in Harare, Zimbabwe at the Meikles Hotel on the 7th of November 2015. The awards which were hosted by African Women Association, founded by Carol Nyazika and Lisa Chiriseri, aims to show appreciation to the women, who are successful in Africa, women who are promoting peace in conflict-inflicted areas and contributing to the increased resources and
Welcome to KingsVilla with Zim Hip Hop Artist, ASAPH

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Zimbabwean Hip Hop artist, ASAPH drops his new album, KingsVilla a complete shift from his previous works. It has been a good year for Zimbabwean Music, and hip hop has contributed immensely to this good year. After listening to his catchy single, Mr Dhliwayo, I had to chat with him about his album.  Here is the Question & Answer session with Asaph. Q: Who is ASAPH? A: Asaph
Meet Zimbabwe’s Queens of Media on DIVAS inc

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It is always a breath of fresh air having passionate individuals that go out there and grab what is theirs. Definitely, ZiFMs LochNation, Ruvheneko Parirenyatwa and Misred have marked their influence on Zimbabwe’s media. When you talk radio, print and television, you will not finish a conversation without either of the ladies being mentioned. Personally, I am a big fan and I respect any woman