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This is the story of Lumiere a Rwandan girl born with osteogenesis imperfecta, and how she became the woman she is today.

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In the world today, close to 1 billion people still drink water collected directly from streams, lakes and shallow, hand-dug…

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When art as an expression starts to appear, without prompting, all over the suburbs and villages of this country, what…

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How do you retain authenticity and originality as a digital storyteller in a world that is tempting you to create for influence and money?

Continue Reading “Do not buy my book” Why I agree with Petina Gappah.

“Do not buy my book” Why I agree with Petina Gappah.

A Zimbabwean author called out a bookshop for overpricing her book. I found the move to be daring and refreshing. Here is why…