I have often sat contemplating what it means to be Zimbabwean. My father is Zimbabwean, kumusha kwedu kuBirchenough Bridge close to Buhera. My mother is of … Continue reading An A Free Can Zimbabwean: A history muted is not deleted
For many, leaving Zimbabwe to settle elsewhere is both exciting and harrowing. As a Zimbabwean living in England, I have for a while wanted to share my thoughts on some of the more apposite issues that face Zimbabweans in the … Continue reading The diasporan dilemma: Ndafunga dande!
Accountability is something I have always wanted to explore and discuss, particularly within the Zimbabwean context. Accountability seems to have lost its meaning and has become … Continue reading Of accountability (or lack of) in Zimbabwe
I have always found the word tribe to be problematic, if not deliberately condescending primarily because of how it is constantly used to describe African groupings … Continue reading “Tribalism”: A scar today, a wound tomorrow.
What homosexuality isn’t Now, there is a terrible and ridiculous rumour making the rounds stating that homosexuality is contagious or a form of brainwashing. I would … Continue reading Zim Identities: The intersectionality of sexuality, spirituality and “being” Zimbabwean (Part II)
The intersectionality of sexuality, spirituality It is 2014 and we are still having the same conversations and not making any nation building progress. The content of one half of these conversations seeks to separate and cultivate hatred and intolerance while … Continue reading Zim Identities: The intersectionality of sexuality, spirituality and “being” Zimbabwean (Part I)