Why I write

By Virginia Phiri I was born and bred in Mzilikazi Township, Bulawayo in 1954. I now work and live in Harare. I made a decision to write in my spare time in 1990 even though I had a satisfying job as an Accountant. I wanted to share information that would teach people something and entertain … Continue reading

[Book Review] Damage

The Personal Costs of Political Change in Zimbabwe One of the things that I find appealing about the Harare-based publishing house, Weaver Press, is that even though it’s small, it’s like tree that’s got its roots firmly planted in the soil. And it courageously draws from the soil as much as it gives back to … Continue reading

Sarudzayi Barnes, author of ‘The Endless Trail’

Sarudzayi Barnes was born in Zimbabwe and was a student at Domboramavara Primary School before going on to Monte Cassino Mission and Harare High School. She is currently studying Law with the University of London. She runs a publishing company, The Lion Press Ltd, which specialises in African and Afro-Caribbean children’s stories in particular and … Continue reading