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Literature Festival Harare

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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Nomad Africa Magazine

Nomad Africa To Host Tourism Tech Event

Nomad Africa, one of Africa’s leading travel and tourism media firms, announced plans to bring a new, annual tech event to the southern African region. 2414 Publishing, one of Africa’s leading travel and tourism media firms and publishers of Nomad Africa magazine has announced plans to bring a new, annual tech

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5 Ways To Get The Best of WhatsApp Groups For Your Business

A lot of posts have been written before about social media for your business and mostly were on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram, but very few on WhatsApp. I greatly believe this is a big marketing medium but it is often abused. To be honest with you, the whole WhatsApp for

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DHF

Local NGO Seeking Donations Of Stationery For Underprivileged

Deborah’s Heart Foundation (DHF) has launched an educational support donation programme to assist underprivileged school children across Zimbabwe with much needed educational resources. The organization aims to raise ten thousand exercise books, pens, pencils and rulers for the disadvantaged youths, with Mufakose and Epworth being the first implementation areas. A target

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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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Néné Keita

This Is Africa – Néné Keita (France/Mali)

Tell us about yourself and your history to date. I am Néné, 27 years old, born in Mali but raised and educated in France. I’ve always been passionate about civic engagement and inter-cultural relations. I am the head of DiaspoHub since 2017 and relocated to Mali the same year. Tell us about

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born free

We Are All Born Free

On arriving at the airport in Botswana, I was greeted with a billboard advertising Woolworths. The billboard had a caption,  “Everybody is born free.” The statement is open to various interpretations and I am sure that Woolworths had a particular slant that they wanted their target audience to lean towards. My

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5 Business Tips From 5 Business Owners

DON’T WORRY ABOUT AESTHETICS IN THE BEGINNING When starting out don’t worry about looking like an established company. Don’t waste your money on renting upmarket offices, hiring staff, branding cars or any of the “superficial” items that come with having a business. All those things will come in time. Your main

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Believe in yourself

Change Your Limiting Beliefs

Many years ago, I worked for a Building Society that offered home loans to individuals and organizations. The Building Society realised that the majority of the mortgage loans it approved were to organizations, high net-worth individuals and the middle class. Those in the low income brackets were excluded from accessing loans. What

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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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