Ignatious Mabasa: Shelling The Nuts

10 months ago | May 8, 2017

Zim: Culture gone mad or culture in transition?

David Mungoshi Shelling the Nuts Forty-two-year-old Lameck from Mabvuku, Harare, has become a celebrity of sorts. Thanks ...

10 months ago | April 24, 2017

Of barter trade, goats for school fees and the jokes

David Mungoshi Shelling The Nuts Even a passing glance at economics can help us understand national and other economies. ...

10 months ago | April 18, 2017

Dealing with book piracy in Zimbabwe

David Mungoshi Shelling The Nuts The maxim that says, “to each according to their needs and from each according to their ...

11 months ago | April 10, 2017

Live Like An Artist, at last!

David Mungoshi Shelling The Nuts While blowing one’s own trumpet does not always endear people to their peers, the very ...

1 year ago | October 25, 2016

Women, mothers heroes of our life

David Mungoshi Shelling the Nuts Over the weekend I drove to Coventry to be among happy and united Zambians celebrating ...

2 years ago | May 9, 2016

Learning ancestor songs

Blessing Musariri Shelling the Nuts I ONCE read a story that was originally written as a true account which was later ...

2 years ago | February 2, 2016

A day (or two) in the life of a freelance consultant

Blessing Musariri Shelling the Nuts There was a time when a man’s word was his honour. When a handshake was an ...

2 years ago | November 9, 2015

The Bucket Deadlock: A play concept in 3 acts

Blessing Musariri Shelling the Nuts Act one. Meet Liza and Henry. They live a life in which a bucket can feature ...

2 years ago | September 29, 2015

There must be a better reason than feminism

Ignatius Mabasa Shelling The Nuts Li Jih-hua was a great Chinese painter and connoisseur. He told the story when Meng ...

2 years ago | September 22, 2015

Of Chinese dragons, black cats, snakes and superstition

Ignatius Mabasa Shelling the Nuts When I was a young man, my grandfather taught me how to fish such that by the age of ...