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Best Of 2018

  2018 was a great year for learning in terms of storytelling; we experimented with different mediums from photography to video to text. Combining all three allowed us to learn which medium best tells which kinds of stories.Below are our top 10 stories in terms of...

#SmallBusinessFriday Featuring ‘Le Spot’

  I was sold on ‘Le Spot’ the moment I walked through their garden, a small restaurant/concept space in Emerald Hill, Harare. By the time owner Nyasha Tembedza took me through the different sections and explained the rationale behind the business, I was already making...

#SmallBusinessFriday Featuring ‘Cinnic Lashes’

  The topic of beauty enhancements is pretty broad, from the more subtle enhancements like lip fillers to more extreme forms like plastic surgery.Admittedly, I’m drawn to a more natural approach to beauty because that’s what feels authentic to me. I hardly wear makeup...

Unseen Scars Part 1- Emotional Abuse

  Main Image Credit- Kirsty Latoya "Drowning in Emotions" In the wake of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, we will be discussing forms of abuse that fall within blurry lines or are often underreported. Under the guidance of counsellor Charity Maruva,...

#SmallBusinessFriday Featuring ‘The Picnic Factory’

  Tatenda Jasi (24), Cheryl Musimwa (23) and Christine Zindoga (30) have successfully reimagined the concept of picnicking through their business- The Picnic Factory. Cheryl Musimwa takes us through their journey. You have a very interesting business concept, how did...

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