NAMA22 Full Awards Ceremony

This the video of the 22nd Edition of the National Arts Merit awards which were held on the 24th of February 2024, live from Hall 3 at ZITF, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.

Neria 21

An African woman sees her entire life and business crumble after the untimely death of her husband. She discovers her worth and finds her greatness again.

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#15 | Munashe’s Story | Black & Forth Pod

Munashe speaks on dropping out of university to pursue a career in acting, the trials of auditions and booking work, things he would do different and what he is most looking forward to.

It’s a wholesome episode, as always.

Zimbabwe Publishing House Collaborates with Ministry of Education to Support New Heritage-Based Curriculum

About Zimbabwe Publishing House:
Zimbabwe Publishing House is a renowned publishing company committed to promoting education and literacy in Zimbabwe. With a diverse collection of educational resources, including textbooks, workbooks, and supplementary materials, the company has been supporting the learning needs of students across the country for several decades. Zimbabwe Publishing House strives to provide high-quality, engaging, and culturally relevant educational products that empower students and contribute to their academic success.

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Zimbabwe Publishing House, a leading publishing company committed to promoting education and literacy, is proud to announce its partnership with the Ministry of Education in supporting the implementation of the new heritage-based curriculum. Under the visionary leadership of CEO Mr. Ian Tafireyi, the company has established a dedicated team to work closely with the government in providing high-quality educational products that align with the curriculum’s objectives.

The new heritage-based curriculum, introduced by the Ministry of Education, is a significant milestone in Zimbabwe’s education system. By highlighting the country’s rich cultural heritage, this curriculum aims to foster a sense of identity, pride, and appreciation for Zimbabwean history and traditions among students. It emphasizes the importance of local content, indigenous knowledge systems, and the integration of heritage values into various subjects.

Recognizing the critical role of educational resources in the successful implementation of the new curriculum, Zimbabwe Publishing House has taken proactive steps to support this initiative. Mr. Ian Tafireyi, CEO of Zimbabwe Publishing House, has assembled a team of experts who will collaborate closely with the Ministry of Education to develop and provide high-quality educational materials that align with the curriculum’s requirements.

“We are delighted to collaborate with the Ministry of Education in supporting the implementation of the new heritage-based curriculum,” said Mr. Ian Tafireyi, CEO of Zimbabwe Publishing House. “Our team is dedicated to producing educational products of the highest quality that reflect the cultural richness and heritage of Zimbabwe. We believe that by providing students with engaging and relevant resources, we can contribute to the success of this transformative curriculum.”

Zimbabwe Publishing House, with its extensive experience in the publishing industry, is well-positioned to meet the unique needs of the new curriculum. The company’s wide range of educational materials, including textbooks, workbooks, and supplementary resources, will be developed in close collaboration with curriculum experts and educators to ensure they align with the curriculum’s goals and content standards.

Through this partnership, Zimbabwe Publishing House aims to support the Ministry of Education’s vision of nurturing well-rounded, culturally aware, and knowledgeable students. By providing high-quality educational products, the company seeks to empower teachers and students alike, facilitating effective teaching and learning experiences that promote critical thinking, creativity, and a deep appreciation for Zimbabwean heritage.

Zimbabwe Publishing House remains committed to its mission of promoting education and literacy in Zimbabwe. The company’s collaboration with the Ministry of Education on the new heritage-based curriculum exemplifies its dedication to providing quality educational resources that empower the next generation of Zimbabwean learners.

Angel x Star

Angel x Star; a brother and sister duo born and raised in Zimbabwe but based in the UK. Having grown up a musical family, they’ve been singing for as long as they can remember. 

They are self-taught musicians, creating infectious Afro-beat tracks centred around the genres of pop and RnB; with a wide range of musical influences inspiring their music. 

They have released songs such as ‘SEI’ and ‘JOLENE’, which have created waves around their music and influence. 

Taking my husband to ZIMBABWE | Africa Road Trip

Our road trip around Zimbabwe – Last summer I got to take Dan back to my beautiful home country for the first time. It was so good to be back home after 11 years, and we were so inspired by Zimbabwe’s natural beauty, and traditional crafts.

Soundtrack composed and produced by Dan, featuring live vocal performances from Zim.