Society & Culture

A list of all the items under Society & Culture

My Beautiful Home – Comba Indlu Ngobuciko
Butholezwe Kgosi Nyathi - Creative Entrepreneur | 03 October 2015 |
Hut painting is normally done after April when rains have ceased.  - Read More
I Choose Wisdom
Elton Mjanana - Writer | 03 October 2015 |
I will gently begin by how we should all as living beings yearn for wisdom before anything else; sex and wealth included.   - Read More
New stories to be told
Karolina Jeppson - Journalist | 03 October 2015 |
The training program is meant to be a zone for self-discovery and self-knowledge, in order to support the women’s interest.  - Read More
The Ubuntu Ransom letter
Angelbert Wamambo - Social Entrepreneur | 03 October 2015 |
So my twitter bio reads: “They say Ubuntu got kidnapped, well I got the ransom note.”  - Read More
Integrating Zimbabwean youth in Ireland
Takudzwa Nyazema - Sociologist | 03 October 2015 |
ZYI is a group based in Ireland looking to engage the Zimbabwean youth on different platforms.   - Read More
The Afrikan Arts, Something to Enthuse over!
Stephanie Kapfunde - Writer | 03 October 2015 |
For the longest of times I have, like so many others, sat back and endured the telling of borrowed and reconstructed narratives.  - Read More
Get into the habit of “sharpening the saw”
Ernest Mackina - Photographer | 02 October 2015 |
The culture of reading enables the reader to undergo the cognitive process of understanding of written linguistic messages  - Read More
Burundi political history and, their stand on the great Lakes
Nkezamuzima Fidele - Biopharma Scientist | 02 October 2015 |
Before the 19 century, the Tutsi, a tall cattle-rearing people probably from the upper reaches of the Nile, infiltrate the area and win dominance over  - Read More
Culturally Appropriate or Tackling Culture? HIV/AIDS Education in Zimbabwe
Stephanie Schlipper - Researcher | 02 October 2015 |
HIV and AIDS education is more likely to resonate with the recipient audience if the content   - Read More
Stranger in Berlin
Kudzai Magoche - Architect | 02 October 2015 |
It’s hard to tell now, which memories of Harare emigrated with me, and which were later arrivals.  - Read More