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Nzenza Sekai

5 months ago | September 13, 2017

Diaspora people, money and the broken trust

Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday “After this trip, we will not come back to Zimbabwe again,” said the man who was visiting my ...

6 months ago | September 6, 2017

Men, women and their emasculation in Church

Sekai Nzenza On Wednesday “AKANGODA kuti, hazvisi izvo, mudzimai anomurova neverse remuBible obva ati zii,” said Jemba, ...

6 months ago | August 30, 2017

Kurova guva: A disappearing tradition

Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday During the dry season, like now, it has always been a tradition to practice the kurova guva ...

6 months ago | August 23, 2017

A nostalgic yearning of the village past

Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday “WHY do you always write about the village as if life was so beautiful back then?” asked the ...

6 months ago | August 16, 2017

National heroes and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday Long before independence, when this country was called Rhodesia, the first Monday in July was ...

7 months ago | August 9, 2017

The changing role of men in parenting

Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday A young couple accompanied by two children came through the arrival gate at Harare ...

7 months ago | August 2, 2017

Celebrating the mandatory sacred mombe yehumai

Sekai Nzenza On Wednesday Saturday late afternoon in the dusty heat of Muzarabani, we stood in the middle of a cattle ...

7 months ago | July 26, 2017

Reclaiming culture of reading

Sekai Nzenza On Wednesday “Hamugute kutenga mabooks here? Tengai doro,” said my cousin Piri, meaning, don’t you ever get ...

7 months ago | July 19, 2017

Celebrating love in an arranged marriage

Sekai Nzenza On Wednesday Our neighbour Jemba plans to marry a woman he met for the first time last week. The meeting ...

8 months ago | July 12, 2017

Reclaiming role of the aunt as a Father figure

Sekai Nzenza On Wednesday When I was growing up in the village, Tete was a person to be respected. Tete was the name we ...