Elliot Ziwira – At the Bookstore

1 day ago | June 18, 2018

Omar Salem kindles the African dream

Land has always been a people’s pride, and it remains so, because without land ownership development continues to recede ...

1 week ago | June 11, 2018

Exposing The Honourable MP’s hypocrisy

Juxtaposing opulence and abject poverty, the dramatist takes the reader into the private space of the MP, who has become ...

2 months ago | May 4, 2018

Press Freedom Day: Zim poised for media transparency

Elliot Ziwira Senior Features Writer YESTERDAY journalists around the globe celebrated World Press Freedom Day under the ...

2 months ago | April 22, 2018

When poets respond in unison to hope’s call

Elliot Ziwira @ The Book Store HAVING emerged on the Zimbabwean literary landscape after Independence in 1980, Tafataona ...

2 months ago | April 9, 2018

The nature of belonging in ‘Wide Sargasso Sea’

Elliot Ziwira @ The Book Store Jean Rhys explores the problematic nature of belonging in “Wide Sargasso Sea” (1966) ...

3 months ago | April 2, 2018

The emotional artiste’s feeling as his law

Elliot Ziwira @The Book Store There is something about the Romantic theory that is both inspirational and boggling, when ...

3 months ago | March 26, 2018

No colour, no tribe, just Zimbabweans

Elliot Ziwira @The Book Store IF we combine, the resilience in you my sister; coupled with your motherly glow, your ...

3 months ago | March 12, 2018

Unpacking Zimunya’s ‘country dawns and city lights’

HOME is where the heart yearns for; where one’s realisation of its fulfilment of purpose, charm, harmony, serenity and ...

4 months ago | March 5, 2018

When glasshouse dwellers start pelting neighbours

Elliot Ziwira @The Book Store “These heads of the government are the true traitors in Africa, for they sell their ...

4 months ago | February 26, 2018

When corruption becomes a way of life

A vice that has besotted humanity since time immemorial, corruption is a cancer that has the capacity to eat into the ...

4 months ago | February 19, 2018

Embalming the perfect corpse in Muponde’s time travails

He has mastered the autobiographical mode in a reflective way, which makes it easier for the reader to locate ...

4 months ago | February 5, 2018

Reflecting on Mpofu’s ‘Creatures at the Top’

Elliot Ziwira At the  Bookstore When I read Ezekiel Mphahlele “Down Second Avenue” (1959), for the first time many years ...

5 months ago | January 22, 2018

Yearning for identity, roots in ‘Bury Me in Africa’

Elliot Ziwira @ The Book Store AFRICAN-American writer and poet Nilene Omodele Adeoti Foxworth’s “Bury me in Africa”, ...

5 months ago | January 15, 2018

Ode in Memory of T-Penny

Elliot Ziwira @the Bookstore “Cowards die many times before their deaths; / The valiant never taste of death but once,” ...

5 months ago | January 8, 2018

Of collective suffering and individual aspirations

Elliot Ziwira @The Bookstore THE controversial and contradictory nature of liberation struggles across Africa in ...