WinterABC2022 Stories of Innovation:How play healed me

My Mum always reminds me that I should let the child in me live and do anything that makes me happy. Early this year I invented Karaoke Sundays. I pick songs from my music playlist and I have to sing along and dance to the songs. Most of the time I sing the wrong lyricsContinue reading “WinterABC2022 Stories of Innovation:How play healed me”

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”

Our special friends

Guess who is back! I decided to practice what I preach and get the much-needed rest since I was advocating for self-care during the #WinterABC2021. I am well rested and ready to conquer the world😊. We have great friends that we have never met but their voices do brighten our day. Their craft had becomeContinue reading “Our special friends”

WinterABC2021 Day 3- My love,the radio

In 2019 my mother and l decided to buy a new radio because the load-shedding hours had become unbearable. We would go for more than ten hours without an electrical connection and l remember waking up in the dark and going to bed in the dark. The only time l could switch on the lightContinue reading “WinterABC2021 Day 3- My love,the radio”

The marks of Oliver

If you were fortunate enough to have met Oliver Mtukudzi or to have listened to his music you definitely have a story to share with the world. Oliver Mtukudzi was a legend, someone who loved his craft . The overused phrase “legends never die” is applicable in the legend’s life because his music is aContinue reading “The marks of Oliver”

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