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At the heart of it

As I get more familiar with Pulsewire I'm begging to see what an amazing community this is and how many resources are at our fingertips when we come together! … Read More»

Voices of Our Future

Sexual Rights for Sexual Minorities

Voices of Our Future correspondent Gertrude F. Pswarayi exposes Zimbabwe's attacks on sexual minorities and imagines a more just future for the gay and lesbian citizens of her homeland. Read More »

"Zimbabweans need to stand up to President Mugabe and call for the decriminalization of sex work and the recognition of the rights of gays and lesbians."

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Women and Politics - where does Zimbabwe stand? WIPSU launch: 25 Nov 09

WIPSU (Women in Politics Support Unit), a feminist organization focusing on women's participation in the political spaces, launched a research on the Gender audit of political parties in Zimbabwe, nam … Read More»

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Women and Politics - where does Zimbabwe stand? WIPSU launch: 25 Nov 09

WIPSU (Women in Politics Support Unit), a feminist organization focusing on women's participation in the political spaces, launched a research on the Gender audit of political parties in Zimbabwe, nam … Read More»

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Call for media reform in Zimbabwe

THE recent launch of the Harare Metro (H-Metro) on September 04, 2009 comes at a time when Zimbabweans are calling for broad media reforms that will usher in a vibrant and diverse media in the country … Read More»

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Zimbabwe in our world pulse book club!

Hey guys, I just started a group called World Pulse Book Club http://worldpulse.com/pulsewire/groups/12087 … Read More»

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Welcome Voices of Zimbabwe!

Welcome to the discussion, new members of The Zimbabwe Café! Utilize this space as a collaborative and safe discussion forum for you to share thoughts, ideas, struggles, and emotions … Read More»

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When will this end?

As women of Zimbabwe, mothers, aunts, grandmothers, guardians, the start of 2009 became so bitter. … Read More»

Rebel Woman

It’s midmorning and Chiwoniso is running late for a round of interviews to support her new album, Rebel Woman. She apologizes, explaining that she was rehearsing with her new band until 3 a.m. “It’s a beautiful band,” she says. Read More »

“Music was around all the time; it became like breathing.”

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When a Crocodile Eats the Sun

Though Zimbabwe is quickly fading from the major media networks' coverage as its disastrous recent elections become old news, we could all afford to take some time to learn more about this place calle … Read More»

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