Going around in Zimbabwe's cities one would say there are not habitable for human beings anymore, no city or town has been spared there is a lot that has gone wrong and the question is who is to blame for all of this. In
This week the team finishes the year strong and gives out flowers to those who deserve them as they present the Top 10 Zim Hip Hop list for 2016. Very difficult process but we came to an agreement. A lot of good artists did
If there is one figure in the US political circus who has come out a hero, it is Michelle Obama. Over the last eight years she has gone from what CNN’s David Axelrod called “a reluctant conscript on the public scene” to a much admired
“If yours actions inspire others to dream more, learn more ,do more and become more , you are a leader” -John Quincy Adams
This list has been compiled by Gumiguru Inc.., a Harare based Motivation & Consultancy Company. The Inaugural list was published as IIG 40
....no matter how many times we use the name of Jesus Christ
I am always amazed, during this time of the year, at the frenzy - especially amongst Christians - over Christmas, and how they seem to truly believe that it is a celebration of
The rapper was speaking to ZiFM and announced some major moves he has been making to reclaim his throne as the king of Zimbabwe’s hip hop scene.
The rapper’s debut album was apparently a ‘leaked demo’ earlier in the year but Tehn has now confirmed that
The relaunch of a univisa between Zimbabwe and Zambia has been hailed “a positive step” and “a wonderfully important Christmas present to tourism in both countries” by industry leader Ross Kennedy.
The KAZA visa, which means tourists only need to obtain one visa to visit Zimbabwe
The continued turmoil in the Zimbabwean Socio-economic and political scene since the turn of the century, left patriotic liberation war hero Dr Cephas Msipa reflecting if the aims of the liberation struggle were indeed achieved, a former senior Zanu Pf senior official has revealed.
George Gathigi, University of Nairobi
The ongoing health workers strike in Kenya has taken a new dimension with medics adopting social networking sites to air their grievances. In the process they have forged a discussion in the new information spaces, and rallied support for their actions.