Chris Charamba – The Reader

11 months ago | June 5, 2017

The absurd story of a man who was once ape

Christopher Farai Charamba The Reader Absurd literature is one of my favourite genres. Of it Greig E. Henderson and ...

11 months ago | May 22, 2017

Dealing with uninteresting reads

Christopher Farai Charamba The Reader Reading is a time-consuming exercise. A pleasurable means to spend the precious ...

12 months ago | May 11, 2017

Be wary of fake news

Christopher Farai Charamba Correspondent The 21st Century has spoilt the human race as information is widely and readily ...

12 months ago | May 7, 2017

Exploring literature in a book club

Christopher Farai Charamba The Reader I have always considered reading to be an individual and personal activity. One ...

12 months ago | May 1, 2017

The high price of mineral discovery

Christopher Farai Charamba The Reader The other day I stumbled upon a copy of “A History of South Africa” by Leonard ...

12 months ago | April 29, 2017

‘Govt sensitive to plight of disabled’

CC: Mr Banda, there is this Leonard Cheshire situation where residents, some of them people with disabilities, were ...

1 year ago | April 16, 2017

Popularising literature through podcasts

Christopher Farai Charamba The Reader The Internet age is a fascinating time to live in. Not only has it made the world ...

1 year ago | April 9, 2017

Reading books that others have read

Christopher Farai Charamba The Reader A few years ago when this reader immersed himself in online content, blogs and ...

2 years ago | October 3, 2016

Exploring emotive language in literature

Lovemore Ranga Matairer The Reader The language of literature is often used in an emotive way to arouse emotional ...

2 years ago | September 26, 2016

Should writers review each other’s work?

Lovemore Ranga Mataire The Reader Conversations with local Zimbabwean writers are sometimes mentally draining. There is ...