Prompt for Day 18 of the Afrobloggers Winter Blogging Challenge. Continue reading By the time he woke up, I was dying…
What is kurova guva? Why is it done among the Shona people? Is it still relevant today? Continue reading Kurova guva: Shona cultural ceremony.
Tsumo: passing on wisdom and warnings through proverbs Continue reading 5 Shona proverbs to inspire reflection.
Here are the 3 things I wish digital content creators could avoid Continue reading 3 Things digital content creators should avoid
To the many literal voices that I have had the privilege of knowing, and interacting with Continue reading 5 Bloggers from Zimbabwe
Social media holds a lot of lessons for everyone, be observant. Continue reading 4 things I have learnt from Social Media
I believe I have managed to strike out a balance between my need for latest news and maintaining my sanity. I decided a long time ago that I cannot be on every social media platform, so I chose the one that meets most of my needs. I chose twitter. Twitter is ideal for networking and keeping up with the latest world developments, all this while … Continue reading Handling Social Media for better mental health.
I don’t know how to write about food. WinterAbc Day 3 is all about my favourite local food. If you woke me up with a question about my favourite food, I would blurt out that it’s chicken. I love chicken more than any palatable thing out there. The perks of staying alone are that you get to eat what you love anytime you like. Its … Continue reading Nostalgic meals
The hard thing about leading is that everyone expects you to know the way even when you are just discovering the path like everyone else. There is very little room for learning, as such, you can find yourself awake weird hours trying to stay ahead. The book by Ben Horowitz (The hard thing about hard things) has really helped me, to understand what leaders go … Continue reading My mind is my muse
The background to Afrobloggers Winter Blogging Challenge. Continue reading Winter Blogging Challenge.