A list of all the features on the website

African Women African Bodies
POVO Correspondent - Editorial | 03 June 2019 |
The 21st century has seen the increase of organisations, activists and individuals rising up against the society that has looked down on women  - Read More
A Trap called Blackness: The albatross of an Identity built on Reaction
Masimba Hwati - Fine Artist | 31 December 2016 |
Blackness was constructed as an Antithesis to whiteness. Should we be studying blackness, should we be even wasting time trying to define it  - Read More
Never Lundu - Zimbabwe Cricket's Bat Doctor
Never Lundu - Bat Repair Specialist | 31 December 2016 |
Zimbabwe's cricket bat Doctor, Never Lundu  - Read More
2016 Great Year For David Alford Harare
- Fashion Designer | 31 December 2016 |
2016 has been an incredible year for rising Fashion House, David Alford Harare  - Read More
Showcase - Issue 08 Women's Edition 2016
POVO Correspondent - Editorial | 28 December 2016 |
Showcase of art in the 2016 edition of the POVO Womens Journal  - Read More
The Place Of Women Musicians In Zimbabwe
Batsirai Chigama - Poet | 28 December 2016 |
For almost five years since the emergence on the BIG FIVE, a clique of the supposedly five best musicians in Zimbabwe  - Read More
Daughter of a Sangoma
Mildred Dube - Voice Over Artist / Blogger / Motivational Speaker | 28 December 2016 |
For many in Africa, traditional healers are trusted advisors on matters of the body, mind and spirit   - Read More
Breaking the Silence
Rutendo Mutsamwira - Artist | 28 December 2016 |
There are many things about humanity and human relations which make my heart sink.  - Read More
State of Poetry in Zimbabwe
Linda Gabriel - Poet / Activist | 28 December 2016 |
When I got onto the poetry scene around 2005, times were very exciting  - Read More
A time to Project and Pro-Act new images, sounds and Narratives? Black Detroit
Masimba Hwati - Fine Artist | 18 February 2016 |
Art is as powerful or as relevant a tool as the intentions of the person(s) who owns it?  - Read More
Inventing the future
Jimmy Saruchera - Conceptual Artist | 03 October 2015 |
At its very best, art is an original expression of the highest form of humanity, where one is creating for society and expressing what is personal.  - Read More
Showcase - Zimbabwe @35 Edition 2015 (Issue 07)
POVO Correspondent - Editorial | 03 October 2015 |
A collection of all the featured artists in Issue 7 of the POVO Journal - Zimbabwe @35 Edition, 2015  - Read More
25 ways for Zimbabweans to reduce their carbon footprint and bills
Raymond Muwaniri - Social Development | 03 October 2015 |
Every citizen is responsible for some amount of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions into the atmosphere  - Read More
China: More than business buddies?
Senzeni Mpofu - Fashion Entrepreneur | 03 October 2015 |
Beyond Sino-Afrikan business relationships  - Read More
Pan-Afrikan Expatriates on the Afrikan Continent
Debbie N. Peters - Afrikan Repatriate | 03 October 2015 |
While most international investors are still hesitant, South Afrikans are moving rapidly north.  - Read More
Who will stand for the environment in Zimbabwe?
Nyasha Mupaso - Microbiologist | 03 October 2015 |
Deforestation is largely driven by high demand for firewood arising from incessant power cuts as most urban dwellers now use firewood for cooking  - Read More
Resolutions, Tar & Medals
Rodrick Longwe - Economist | 02 October 2015 |
Well, by the end of January I had not started any of those goals and was actually further from achieving them than I had anticipated.  - Read More
Defining Moments in Zimbabwe's History - 1980 - 2015 #SpeakZim35
POVO Correspondent - Editorial | 02 October 2015 |
Defining Moments in Zimbabwe's History from 1980 - 2015  - 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