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I am a passionate creative artist so my passions are not shades of grey rather there are very black or white. When l like something l love it or simply loathe it. l unashamedly love the multi- faceted kubatana site http://kubatana.net/ A popular Zimbabwean site with the following social media handles http://www.twitter.com/Kubatana and http://www.facebook.com/Kubatana l love Kubatana not neccesarily because they have published a few of my pieces but because it is a groovy place- a mixed bag of bourgeois academic articles and common men everyday struggles bringing a human face to our work and struggle as development practitioners in Zimbabwe and bringing the voice of ordinary citizens to the fore. Kubatana.net just has a way of making difficult topics mundane and normal breaking down complex bill’s and amendments which seem to be always a constant in our country. They know how to infuse art in their content creation , super friendly and always on time every minute with content from Zimbabwe , Africa and taking well placed pieces from reputable sites right on to our doorsteps. If you want to catch up on everything happening in Zimbabwe then visit Kubatana.net. Kubatana is a shona word that means to be united or to be together.
On the international front l keep upto date using https://www.politico.com/. I find their articles and content refreshing and offering hindsights on many facets of the world political space. Not afraid to tackle hard questions on race injustices ,and the world political terrain , the site speaks for itself.
Back home https://www.techzim.co.zw/ popularly know as Techzim is a reliable source of information on technology , digital information and reform and l love that they always look at the impact of technology on social and economic issues and are not afraid to call a spade a spade.
Finally what would my life be without https://bustop.tv/ popularly known as BustopTV offcourse these guys are funny but they use creativity to change the narrative and offer hope to thousands of young people in Zimbabwe. A creative online TV channel that produces news, skits and documentaries using comedians.I follow most of their social handles.If you want to see an unpretentious representation of real Zimbabwe then BustopTV is the go to place.