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LitFest To Celebrate Black History Month

Press Release: LitFest Harare will run a literary event on Wednesday 27 February to celebrate the Black History month.  The event will take place at The Nexus at B2C, in Batanai Gardens, Harare. The programme will feature readings, performances and discussions by seasoned and upcoming writers, poets and critics. The LitFest event

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LitFest Harare Outreach Uplifting Young Artists

LitFest Harare, the International Literature Festival, continued its outreach programmes last week with trips to Masvingo and Bulawayo. This followed the launch of the outreach programmes when Litfest held workshops and poetry slams in the two cities in December. The activities are part of the outreach initiatives in partnership with the

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prisoner of desire

The Swish Says Column: W-A-N-T

Something wise I heard, went a little like this: Think About It… It’s never enough. “Come to me to the most populated prison in the world.”   The facility has more inmates than bunks. More prisoners than plates. More residents than resources. Come to me to the world’s most oppressive prison.   Just ask the inmates; they will tell you. They

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Poetritis Nirvana

Poetritis Nirvana – She Bites

Nyanduri Lala 🇿🇼 : With hair that defies gravity;it's a sure sign she's fremd The fire in her eyes and sass that oozes from her lips Will leave one infuriated;infatuated and breathless Don't make light of her;she's not harmless,she bites! Valentine Makoni 🇿🇼 Humility isn't her strongest suit She wears arrogance with pride Quiet acquiescence isnt her style Open fangs, steely

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Dons and Divas

Dons And Divas Event Comes To Zimbabwe

Dons and Divas, the lifestyle event event from g.a.f.i.a., is coming to Zimbabwe for the very first time. Launched in South Africa in 2016, Dons and Divas is more than a party, it's a fashion statement and lifestyle. g.a.f.i.a is a clothing brand conceptualised by renowned SA-based entreepreneur, DJ HunTR, and

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LitFest Harare in Masvingo

LitFest In Masvingo – Pictures

Litfest Harare, the international literature festival, began its outreach programme with a show in Masvingo at Charles Austin Theatre last night. The line up boasted Alison Phipps and Tawona Sithole from Scotland, Numero Unoma from Nigeria, alongside locals Chirikure Chirikure, Morset Billie, Shoes Lambada and Zaza Muchemwa. Here is the Masvingo event

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LitFest Harare 2018 Review

LitFest Harare 2018 was an experience. Authors, academics, poets, thespians, musicians and intellectuals came together to discuss, dialogue and deliberate around various issues under the theme, Vision Foretold. The international flair was in strong evidence with participants from Scotland, Ireland, South Africa, Uganda, Nigeria and Zimbabwe. As the festival takes the show

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Literature Festival Harare

LitFest Harare Full Programme

LitFest Harare, the annual international literature festival, begins today with the opening night at the Theatre in the Park in Harare Gardens. The official opening is open to the public and will feature performances from Zimbabwe Theatre Academy and JESA band. LitFest Harare is in its fifth edition and this year, the

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Destitute person

Ghetto Pages – But I Try So Hard

I tried It’s like I’m taking five steps forward And ten backwards Everywhere I go trouble follows me Victory found a way out of my life I smell the early sun with others and have sleepless Painstaking nights just like all and sundry My imagination is big but my hand can’t reach success Step by step I go

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