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Building narratives: How ‘hustler narrative’ won Ruto’s Kenyan presidency
“Kenyans. Let us unite to make Kenya a nation which everyone shall be proud to call home,” Ruto said.
By Fungayi Sox Sep. 11, 2022
Building Narratives: Enter Toastmaster’s Vic Falls Chapter
In his speech, Dhlamini said: “Speaking and communicating well is pivotal in growing and sharing ideas so as to enhance human relations”.
By Fungayi Sox Sep. 4, 2022
How ‘hustler narrative’ landed Ruto Kenya’s top job
Ruto overturns the “golden handshake” to his advantage.
By Fungayi Sox Sep. 18, 2022
Building narratives: Rukuni’s message of inspiration to young women
A former Fletcher High School student, she is a holder of a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University of Zimbabwe.
By Fungayi Sox Sep. 25, 2022
Building narratives: Young lawyer pens semi-fiction novel
He holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from Free State University in South Africa.
By Fungayi Sox Oct. 2, 2022
Building Narratives: Whispers of Soil: A clarion call to preserve African pride
The author also ensures that the rise of Gwenyambira is connected to the ancestors and ancestry.
By Fungayi Sox Oct. 9, 2022
Building narratives: Palestinian embassy funds arts competition
Israel continues to deny Palestinians the right to self-determination,” added ambassador Almassri.
By Fungayi Sox Oct. 16, 2022
Building narratives: Lifestyle inspires my art: Keith Zenda
The Chirumanzu-born artist says it is only upon landing in Gweru that he then started painting about his lifestyle.
By Fungayi Sox Oct. 23, 2022
Building narratives: If I were Education, Science and Tech Development minister
It would give me a helicopter view to write about the entire education system from primary to higher and tertiary education
By Fungayi Sox Oct. 30, 2022
If I were Education, Science and Tech Development minister (Final Part)
This in my view is the reason why many innovative and creative Zimbabweans have succeeded outside the country.
By Fungayi Sox Nov. 6, 2022
Building narratives: Coach Emmah’s resilience pays off
Kasukuwere is a 26-year-old rehabilitation technician and counsellor at Jairos Jiri Bulawayo Vocational Training Centre
By Fungayi Sox Nov. 12, 2022
Indigenous minorities foster family unity
“My husband who is a businessman of note also went back to school and graduated recently.”
By Fungayi Sox Nov. 13, 2022
Why you should engage a professional book editor
Note that I have termed them “manuscripts” and not “books” because I believe they would still be raw for public consumption.
By Fungayi Sox Nov. 20, 2022
Building narratives-Mubu Delorne Mubu: A rising star gone too soon
He was a remarkable force and an emerging leader both in JCI and Zimbabwe as a whole.
By Fungayi Sox Nov. 27, 2022
Your book could be your legacy
Last week I wrote an obituary in honour of a great friend under the headline “MubuDelorneMubu — a rising star gone too soon.
By Fungayi Sox Dec. 4, 2022
Chinosengwa launches third book
He is also the general manager of Daisywheels Detergents, a fast-growing chemical manufacturing company.
By Fungayi Sox Dec. 11, 2022
Building narratives: People should not rush to publish their books
Although there is a common consensus that “there is a book in each and everyone of us” writing a book is not a stroll in the park.
By Fungayi Sox Mar. 5, 2023
Building Narratives: Accomplished people should write autobiographies and inspirational books
A book becomes an opportune moment for any accomplished leader to capture their journey to the top including being their own jury during their moments of madness or weaknesses.
By Fungayi Sox Mar. 12, 2023
Young Masapa breaks barriers
In his speech at the launch, Masapa narrated how his writing journey had not been an easy stroll in the park,
By Fungayi Sox Mar. 19, 2023
A book editor is not a ghost-writer
Editors who are good writers can perform ghost-writing functions as well if their specialty is developmental editing.
By Fungayi Sox Mar. 26, 2023
Building Naratives: Maketo launches second stock exchange investment handbook
Born and bred in Chitungwiza, Maketo is a stock market enthusiast with a bias towards capital markets.
By Fungayi Sox Apr. 2, 2023
Price bloodbath jolts govt
By Miriam Mangwaya and Sharon Sibindi
Zanu PF poll disputes turn nasty
By Everson Mushava and Miriam Mangwaya
Mystery solved: Mnangagwa’s links to controversial bread venture exposed