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Gehena Harina Moto Script Writer Says He Wants His Writing To Be The Mouthpiece Of The Oppressed

Gehena Harina Moto Script Writer Says He Wants His Writing To Be The Mouthpiece Of The Oppressed

Johannes Mike Mupisa, the script writer for the movie, Gehena Harina Moto, featuring song bird Pah Chihera, veteran actress Patience Musa as well as Mutare based singers Flotboi and Lisa Afonso, says he wants his writing to be the mouthpiece of the oppressed. Described by fellow writer Chenjerai Mhondera as the new Hamutyinei, the 31...

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Literature Gives Power To The Powerless, Voice To The Voiceless And It Nurtures Democracy – Lazarus Sauti

Literature Gives Power To The Powerless, Voice To The Voiceless And It Nurtures Democracy – Lazarus Sauti

Award winning journalist and 2017 National Arts Merit Award (NAMA) nominee, author, Lazarus Sauti has encouraged people to use the power of the pen to fight social ills in the country. The literature passionate scribe who loves writing books in his vernacular, Shona language, in documenting the Zimbabwean culture, said that the pen is mightier...

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The African Continent Is Governed By Persons Not Fit To Lead – Temba Munsaka, Author of The Fall of a Despot

The African Continent Is Governed By Persons Not Fit To Lead – Temba Munsaka, Author of The Fall of a Despot

Themba Munsaka, the author of The Fall of a Despot, an action packed, high adrenalin military spy novel which is about a politically mismanaged African country fictionalised as Azambezia described the African continent as a place governed by selfish people who are not fit to lead. Munsaka who believes that it is the duty of...

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Amazon for Authors, The Advantages

Amazon for Authors, The Advantages

Timeless Flyer – In one way or the other, you may have been handed a flyer by someone advertising a certain business or you were actually the one who gave out some flyers as a way of advertising your business or services. The person you gave the flyer could have just grabbed it to read...