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Surprises at IIFF 2015 Awards

Surprises at IIFF 2015 Awards

Visual Arts

The International Images Films Festival for Women 2015 (IIFF) 14th edition running under the theme: Women Alive – Women of…

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Five Writers; Five Perspectives

Five Writers; Five Perspectives

Book Review

This new contribution to understanding the trajectory taken in the rise and development of art in Zimbabwe comprises five chapters,…

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Zakes Mda on Why Story-telling Will Survive (even if books don’t)

Zakes Mda on Why Story-telling Will Survive (even if books don’t)

News makers

Regarded as one of South Africa’s leading authors, Zakes Mda (real name: Zanemvula Kizito Gatyeni Mda) is a multi-talented writer,…

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Eight nations, 50 exhibitors for FNB Joburg Art Fair

Eight nations, 50 exhibitors for FNB Joburg Art Fair

News makers

Fifty modern and contemporary art exhibitors from eight countries are taking part in the FNB  Johannesburg Art Fair. 

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A Conversation with writer E C Osondu

A Conversation with writer E C Osondu

Book Review

E C Osondu is an award-winning author from Nigeria. In 2009, he won the Caine Prize for  African Writing for…

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Writers re-ignite robust debate

Writers re-ignite robust debate

News makers

Musaemura Zimunya declared it a “full house” while Emmanuel Sigauke saw in it a reconnection of the vibrancy that characterized…

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Paradox of Zimbabwe’s high literacy rate

Paradox of Zimbabwe’s high literacy rate

Perspective

One of the major highlights of the second day of the 2015 Book Fair Indaba was the unpacking of the…

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Importance of research and publishing

Importance of research and publishing

Perspective

Walter Bgoya, the eminent Tanzanian progressive publisher, argues that research and publishing are of critical importance in disseminating new knowledge…

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Importance and impact of ZIBF

Importance and impact of ZIBF

News makers

A senior Tanzanian pioneering publisher yesterday shared the importance and impact of the Zimbabwe International Book Fair during his Keynote…

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Importance of research and publishing

Importance of research and publishing

Perspective

Walter Bgoya, the eminent Tanzanian progressive publisher, argues that research and publishing are of critical importance in disseminating new knowledge…

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Excitement at Venice Biennale

Excitement at Venice Biennale

Visual Arts

The Zimbabwe pavilion at the on-going 56th Venice Biennale is attracting the attention of art students. The latest among these have…

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New story telling departure

New story telling departure

Perspective

Writer, poet and publisher, Ignatius Tirivangani Mabasa, has kept audiences both young and old, at home and abroad rapt with…

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Tribute to Freedom Nyamubaya

Tribute to Freedom Nyamubaya

Perspective

Poet, short story writer, performance artist and development worker, Freedom Nyamubaya, who has died in Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe aged 57, was…

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Ubuntu Pixels at the Venice Biennale

Ubuntu Pixels at the Venice Biennale

News makers

Three artists the artists - Gareth Nyandoro, Masimba Hwati and Chikonzero Chazunguza - currently representing Zimbabwe at the Venice Biennale…

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  • Surprises at IIFF 2015 Awards

    The International Images Films Festival for Women 2015 (IIFF) 14th edition running under the theme: Women Alive – Women of Heart came to end at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe…

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  • Five Writers; Five Perspectives

    This new contribution to understanding the trajectory taken in the rise and development of art in Zimbabwe comprises five chapters, each by a different author each of them key proponents…

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