Clive Malunga

Author name: Clive Malunga

Twice back-stabbed by the people I was trying to help.

After the highly successful Jenaguru Music Festival of 1992, I felt lonely in the sense that most of my fellow musicians were not part of the festival’s organising team. I was of the view that for the Festival, codenamed Zimbabwe Musicians’ Day, to have a national outlook, many musicians needed to participate in the process

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Leadership Crisis – Zimbabwe’s Main Impediment to Development.

Zimbabwe has become a basket case.  Many people are living in abject poverty and have lost hope that things will ever go back to normal. It is laughable and even inconceivable that the new Zig currency will change anything on the ground. Our country needs more than just a change in currency: it needs a

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Majoring in Minors: A Typical Case of the Miscarriage of Justice

In 1983 I voluntarily terminated my Zimbabwe Defence Forces contract in what was commonly called the demobilisation exercise. From 19 Infantry Battalion in Ntabazinduna, Bulawayo, I traveled straight to Harare to start a new life. I started staying in Warren Park 1 renting a 2 roomed house. A year later I managed to acquire a

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Top Government Officials Hinder the Development of the Arts Sector

Jenaguru Arts Centre has established itself as an arts organisation in Zimbabwe and Japan. The organisation has contributed immensely to the teaching of arts in Zimbabwe and the popularization of Zimbabwean cultural music and dances in Asia. The Centre has groomed many individuals who have gone on to become successful artists locally and abroad. Our

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The Problem is not Sanctions but Corrupt Leaders

Zimbabwe- the great house of stone, the land of milk and honey, the land blessed with good soil, the best climate, breath-taking landscapes, fantastic sunrises and sunsets and amazing varieties of flora and fauna. Our national parks teem with a great diversity of game species. Zimbabwe is the country of educated and peace-loving people. For

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