May 2, 2013
Here’s the link of selected tweets from this week’s #263Chat on 30 April 2013 on Media Freedom in Zimbabwe Till next week…please continue to have the discussion. Let’s keep talking Together we can….
April 28, 2013
Here’s the link of selected tweets from this week’s #263Chat 23 April 2013 on Zim Diaspora Investment Till next week…please continue to have the discussion. Let’s keep talking Together we can….
April 27, 2013
April 26, 2013
An upcoming and exciting African Soapie Ndafunga Dande is calling for actors and actresses to come and audition for one of the many different roles -NFD Role Description Ndafunga Dande Synopsis: - Life of Africans in the diaspora and opportunities and challenges they face. In the pilot episode we are introduced to the Kunakas; a rich […]
April 22, 2013
When Melanie Minnaar asked me to run the Twitter Blanket Drive Zimbabwe for 2013 (#TBD2013) of course I said yes. That’s because Melanie is a very hard woman to say No to! I mean, just check her out – http://www.imcconference.com/johannesburg/speaker/melanie-minnaar-halo/ I so enjoyed being involved with her during Twitter Blanket Drive 2012, too – her […]
April 21, 2013
Here’s the link of selected tweets from this week’s #263Chat on 16 April 2013 on Zimbabwean Independence Till next week…please continue to have the discussion. Let’s keep talking Together we can….
April 19, 2013
The use of social media in Zimbabwe and amongst Zimbabweans in the diaspora is increasing all the time, especially between the two groups. We have tools like blogs, Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp to thank for this. The internet is still one of the few places where we can freely air our views with the advantage of anonymity. […]
April 19, 2013
NEVER since Independence has Zimbabwe needed President Robert Mugabe as much as it does now. The country, the ruling party and the opposition are all in a shambles and only he can get us out of this mess. Zimbabwe faces an acute leadership crisis that only Mugabe has the capacity to resolve if he so […]
April 18, 2013
Dating back four generations it has been customary for Shona women in Zimbabwe to get down on their knees or at the very least curtsey when serving their husbands a meal. This custom is prevalent in Shona households. Kneeling is a sign of humility and respect. Some women in my family embraced this practice from the early […]