Harare aims to join a growing list of African cities hosting high profile events to sell local art and bolster artists.
The unity between Zimbabwe’s two main ethnic groups is so fragile that even an inspirational street mural can expose it.
Synik’s new album continues to shape identity and consciousness in a country with limited freedom of speech.
With vinyl records, zines and political posters instead of just books, The Library of Things We Forgot to Remember offers a way to reimagine African history.
Gallerist and writer Robert Huggins and his wife, the artist Helen Lieros, have passed away. But their lives are a testament to what kind of impact one African art gallery can have.
Through stand-up comedy, women in Zimbabwe can resist patriarchal power relations. There are still far fewer female stand-ups in the country but the field keeps on growing.
Despite the challenges of being a female comedian, the women who do choose to perform feel emboldened to speak out in ways that can resist sexism.
Hundreds of handwritten letters found in an archive have revealed the real import of the writer’s enduring influence.
Low-budget, grassroots video-film efforts are beginning to blossom and will shape the film industry in the long run.
Artists are filling the state’s silence by revisiting history so that it can be discussed.