A Collection of blogs by Zimbabweans

Imakando Musho is the founding president of The Arch-Angel Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that seeks to gather collective effort from every member of the society to help in alleviating the trouble and poverty of others. Imakando is an author, music writer and a theater enthusiast. To find out more, please go to the about page on this site.  - Read More
Greedysouth was launched in January 2010 as a one-stop news source for internet-savvy Zimbabwean urban music enthusiasts. Frustrated with having to browse multiple sites to keep up with the latest information, the creation of Greedysouth allowed for the latest local urban entertainment news to be broadcasted through one specific medium. Greedysouth continues to inform and inspire Zimbabwean trendsetters around the world. The growth of Greedysouth has seen its focus transcend from its initial roots to encompass all forms of music, fashion, arts, design and culture -- making it the premier online magazine for  cultural enthusiasts, tastemakers and influencers alike.  - Read More
I decided to share with the world some great musical experiences I have had. Praise the Lord by the time HIFA (Harare International Festival of Arts) 2012 was over I had a phone that could help me show you what Zimbabwe has to offer musically and artistically. With the brilliant HTC desire HD as your eyes, I hope you will see that there is more to Zimbabwean Arts than Oliver Mtukudzi, the Maestro!  - Read More
Her Zimbabwe has writers dotted around the world. We welcome contributions from interested parties on issues relating to women in Zimbabwe and the world in general.  - Read More
Whatever you do today, good or bad, you do not do it just for yourself. Whatever you choose today, blessing or curse, you do not choose it just for yourself. You also choose it for your children and your children’s children up to the third generation. You choose it for your family, your community and your country. Make it the best choice ever. Your choice today leaves an everlasting footprint. This is ‘Your Footprint.’ This is what remains at the end. After all, what remains at the end is what really matters!  - Read More
My 9 - 5 hustle is as a Human Resources professional in the heart of Brisbane, Australia. I have always had a fascination with fashion and photography, so I created this blog to document my personal style and fashion inspiration. I often see people who are using fashion to express themselves in a unique manner - not surprisingly these people are also captured on this blog. Its here that i also share my thoughts, ideas, loves and obsessions... Let's Do It Like We Are Doing It For T.V. Need style inspiration? Looking to update your wardrobe?  - Read More
I blog about the visual, the creative and anything else that captures my eye; photos are from my daily ramblings around London or my excursions for coffee & cake.  - Read More
JIBILIKA DANCE TRUST is a Zimbabwean based dance organisation whose sights are set beyond the known horizons with a vision of enhanced socio-cultural development within and afar. A three-year-old arts company promoting the development of art mainly dances as a medium for youth development and behavioral change. Born out of a realization that Africa is pregnant with a lot of talent that can be used to sustain and develop lives.  - Read More
Talking Business in Zimbabwe  - Read More
Thanks for visiting! My name is Patience. This blog is about me sharing my experiences, thoughts and opinions with you hence the name JustPatience. I have always believed you sell yourself through how you dress and how you present yourself to people. I love my family, good food, shopping, traveling, art, relaxing, hanging out with good people having interesting conversations and all the other fine things in life that brings about serenity. My dream is to travel around the world and learn different cultures. I am an Actuary by profession and I am also into decorating. I have spent the last 5 years of my profession taking Actuarial exams back to back. I started this blog as a way to get delve into something outside of books, I have always loved Fashion and Home Decor.  - Read More
I am a social worker/missionary, living in Zimbabwe. I love Zimbabwe and I have a hard time remembering my life before I walked in this beautiful place. I work with an organization called ROCK of Africa. I have a great family and amazing friends that you would probably say I am crazy to leave, and I have the best dog ever. I hope that one day soon Rocky will become a Zimbabwean too! I love the Pistons and I suffer during basketball season because I don't get to watch them play. A close second is Spartan football and basketball... GO GREEN!  - Read More
Learning, loving, laughing, growing and enjoying this gift of life. Saved by Grace through faith.  - Read More
While we all desire to be free most of us are happier in the knowledge that we are trapped in our freedom. This blog shares web articles and stories that stimulate debate and discussion on how our freedoms are often denied or flaunted to excess.  - Read More
The relentless pursuit of awesomeness.  - Read More
This is my outlet to express my views, things that touch me and things that mean and add life, light and love to my life.  - Read More
Zimbabwean Journalist  - Read More
Fungai is a journalist, blogger,  poet and writer. She is also the Founder and Managing Editor of Her Zimbabwe. As someone who grew up with minimal self belief, she is passionate about being honest about vulnerability and overcoming it. Fungai recently attained her MSc in International Development with a focus on diaspora and gender studies, which has informed her passion for including women in the diaspora in Zimbabwe's mainstream discourse.  - Read More
If ever a movie had to be created on how Diasporan Darlings (“DD”) came about, a suggested film title we would put forward would be, “A Tale of Two Bloggers”. DD’s humble beginnings can be traced back to the year 2009, in cyberspace where we, Mukuka Mayuka and Vimbai Gwata, happened upon each other’s respective blogs. Despite living in different time zones and residing on different continents what bonded us, and the small community of African female bloggers we were a part of, was a deep-seated love and curiosity for all things Africa-related, as well as, our shared experiences of living outside our respective home countries.  - Read More
Here i will post my opinions i promise no objectivity,oftentimes my posts might offend someone and please others.I most definitely care little about your feelings.I suggest if you want to read something sensitive and nice just leave this page. Now that that is over lets topple some dictators!  - Read More