Tag Archive for zimbabwean fiction

A Conversation with Farayi Mungoshi

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Although author and film maker Farayi Mungoshi comes from an artistically gifted family, he has found his own niche. He recently published Behind The Wall Everywhere and Other Stories (2016, Mungoshi Press) which is an amazing collection of English short stories, and he is finalizing work on the film Makunun’unu Maodzamoyo, based on his father…

Short fiction by Nhlanhla Junior Ngulube (South Africa)

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Nhlanhla Junior Ngulube says of himself: “My name is Nhlanhla Junior Ngulube. I was born in Zimbabwe, raised in Johannesburg, and now live in China where I am pursuing my Masters degree. I hold an undergraduate degree in Accounting (With honors in Finance) from the University Of Cape Town. Writing, however, remains my primordial love,…

New Fiction by Bongani Sibanda (Zimbabwe)

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photo source: Weaver Press In the fiction section, we present a new short story by Bongani Sibanda, entitled “The Preventer of Disasters“.  Bongani is a Zimbabwean writer based in Johannesburg, South Africa.  Born in 1990, at a village in Mat. South, he has been writing since he was a child in primary school. His short…

New Story from Fungai Rufaro Machirori, Zimbabwe

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  We bring to you a new timely story from Fungai Rufaro Machirori, a Zimbabwean creative with a passion for the written word and photography. She is the Founder and Managing Editor of Her Zimbabwe (online at www.herzimbabwe.co.zw) , a platform to amplify Zimbabwean women’s voices online.       Excerpt: Leading story. June 27 2014.…