Nzenza Sekai

8 months ago | July 4, 2017

Zimbabwe, horses and the game of polo

Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday Long before independence, we knew a lot about donkeys and nothing about horses. We got to know ...

8 months ago | June 27, 2017

Hunhu, the delinquent youths from our village

Sekai Nzenza On Wednesday The two brothers accused of stealing our garden fence arrived at the village court carrying ...

8 months ago | June 21, 2017

The legacy of African universities

Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday “Do you have universities in Africa?” asked a relative of my friend during a dinner party when ...

8 months ago | June 13, 2017

Global problem of illicit drugs

Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday Last Friday night, I was in Richmond, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. It was 7:15pm with my ...

9 months ago | June 6, 2017

Locals in Diaspora, the meaning of home

Dr Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday Greetings from Perth, Western Australia. I have made a stop-over here to see my niece ...

9 months ago | May 31, 2017

Celebrating Nhimbe, our traditional communal way of working together

Dr Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday There was a nhimbe to cut zviyo, the red millet or rapoko in our village last week. It was ...

9 months ago | May 24, 2017

The quest to reclaim Matopos

Dr Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday “Until the lions have their own historians, the history of the hunt will always glorify the ...

9 months ago | May 16, 2017

The stigma of mental illness

Sekai Nzenza On Wednesday Last Saturday afternoon I was at Harare Hospital Psychiatric Unit. I went there with Susan, a ...

10 months ago | May 9, 2017

Longing for a return to good ol’ laughter

Dr Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday “Hee hee de! Huuri!” This is the sound of laughter that I clearly heard last Saturday at ...

10 months ago | May 3, 2017

Returning to the village for life skills

Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday On the way to the village last week, we took two 15-year-old girls and one 18-year old. They ...