Web Summit 2023 felt surprisingly alive and engaging, defying the doom-laden forecasts. This year’s event was a vibrant mix of intriguing conversations and captivating showcases, turning out to be much more fun and personal than anyone could have guessed.
We pledge our support to the people of the United Kingdom who are protesting for democratic representation. We would like to take this opportunity to remind the unelected leader of Britain of his obligations to respect the democratic will of the people.
A strange thing happened to me on the streets of Harare a couple of years ago – a random lady condemned me to eternal damnation. The conversation went as follows; Her: “Have you accepted Jesus Christ as your personal lord and saviour?” Me: “Yeah, no … I don’t believe in God”. Her: “You’re going to hell, […]
This 263Chat on Sexism in Zimbabwe reminded me of a woman I know. She’s a “gender activist” and women’s rights campaigner. She’s a working mother and a devout Christian. She’s also a raging homophobe. So while she rages for days about equal footing for women, she will rail against the “sin” of homosexuality and condemn […]
If it were possible to be good, you wouldn’t get very far in Zimbabwe, populated as it is by self-serving thugs who experience new ideas as a direct threat.