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The Chat series: A chat with Vuyo Brown

Who is Vuyo Brown?She is a Zimbabwean Singer, Songwriter and Contemporary Christian Artist.She creates, she sings, she serves. When did you know that you could sing?My earliest memory is at 6 or 7 years old. I sang and danced; I really enjoyed it. I’d put on shows for my mum or anyone really who caredContinue reading “The Chat series: A chat with Vuyo Brown”

A chat with Noxydivinediva

Who is Noxydivinediva?Wow, I am just a simple girl from Bulawayo in Mpompoma. Passionate about media, God,food,and fashion What inspired you to become a radio personality?I always wanted to be a tv personality because I would watch Makanaka on Star kids. And I would think oh this is what I want to do. I alsoContinue reading “A chat with Noxydivinediva”

If I could spend a day with him

If he was still here today he would have told me that he is proud of me. He would have embraced me and reminded me that he loved me. He would have said that Mummy raised us well and that Holdee, Sdu, and I turned out fine. Sekuru would have smiled when he discovered thatContinue reading “If I could spend a day with him”

A chat with the brains behind Story Untold ZW

Who is Farai Mudzingwa & what is the story behind the creation of Story Untold ZWI’m a storyteller who is passionate about filling the information gap in Zimbabwe. Before starting Story Untold ZW, I was a writer at Techzim for 3 years and during that time, I realised there was a huge gap in ZimbabweContinue reading “A chat with the brains behind Story Untold ZW”

A merry heart😄😊

It is a few hours before we roll over the scroll on our calendars or receive a notification that it is the new month. I say goodbye to September with so much joy and I hope October will be far much kinder to me. My highlightsBirthday celebrations*My baby sister turned another year. It was herContinue reading “A merry heart😄😊”

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: Child of War

Book title: Child of warAuthor: Ben Chirasha Before I went to high school I enjoyed reading novels written by Enid Blyton. I have even lost count of the books that I have read. When I went to high school I realised that most of the books in the school library were outdated and I neverContinue reading “WinterABC2022 Stories of Africa: Child of War”

WinterABC2022 Stories of home: To the parents of an African Princess

Dear Nandi and Tawanda You are blessed to be born in a home where everyone embraces being African. Congratulations on giving birth to an African princess and I hope you will teach her a lot about our African culture. Nyeredzi has a beautiful name. Nandi and Tawanda, I believe that you will raise Nyeredzi (Star)Continue reading “WinterABC2022 Stories of home: To the parents of an African Princess”

WinterABC2022 Stories of home: Gogo’s gift

I did not wake up being an avid reader or someone who enjoys writing stories. This was something that was instilled in me by my grandmother. My mother had the responsibility to nurture the gift. She used stories to help me grasp different concepts because I wasn’t an intelligent child. Storytelling has helped me seeContinue reading “WinterABC2022 Stories of home: Gogo’s gift”