WinterABC2022 Stories of Innovation:Day of reckoning

Welcome to the last week of the #WinterABC2022. When I was in high school people always looked forward to the day when the learners came to collect their Advanced or Ordinary Level results. The week that the results were released teachers rarely attended the lessons since they were in the school office viewing the results.Continue reading “WinterABC2022 Stories of Innovation:Day of reckoning”

WinterABC2022 Stories of Africa: A tour around Africa

When I was a child I was either woken up by the sound of Oliver Mtukudzi’s guitar or Bra Hugh’s trumpet. This is because on Saturday mornings my mother would listen to African music. I can sing along to most of the songs by  Koffi Olomide, Awilo Longomba, Leonard Zhakata, and Letta Mbulu … ifContinue reading “WinterABC2022 Stories of Africa: A tour around Africa”

The big 25

Today is my 25th birthday and my loving mother wrote this article 💃💃💃 Being Takudzwanashe’s mother is an amazing adventure, a real roller coaster ride! Even before I confirmed that I was pregnant with Takudzwanashe, I had started to eat French fries at any and all times! I just loved French Fries, hot or cold,Continue reading “The big 25”

Should we hold on or let go?

I do have a name and an identity.Why do you treat me like a stranger?Do you still remember the words, “I do?”I promised to take this walk with you.If you want to cycle, sail and swim to your destination I will do it with you. Why do you act like you are forced to comeContinue reading “Should we hold on or let go?”

The journey by bus

The dusty roads and the overcrowded bus terminus brought back a nostalgic feeling of home. Going home to the rural areas means spending time with loved ones and being in a different space where you are surrounded by nature and cattle bells and goats bleating rather than the unending car hoots. This bus might remindContinue reading “The journey by bus”

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