Chronicles Of A Vaccine Sceptic

Disclaimer: Although this post might discuss some scientific concepts I myself am not a scientist by any measure. This post is based on my gut feelings, some offhand assumptions, other emotions and things that pop up on the first page of my Google searches. I doubt you’ll be smarter at the end of this but…

Chronicles Of People And Their Heroes

Yesterday a hero of the people was laid to rest to rest in Warren Hills. It is often that after a person has been proclaimed a hero, the government has spoken to the citizens in a manner that insinuated that mourning was a requirement but in the case of Soul Musaka none such actions were…

Chronicles Of A Valentine’s Day Letter

Dear LOML (love of my life) I thought about you yesterday as the day began right up until it ended. I was hoping that on some cosmic wavelength you’d notice it out there. It was a new feeling to me because all along February the 14 had just passed by like any other day. The…

Chronicles Of The End Of Another Lockdown

We’re approaching the end of another week and for almost 14 days straight, “Dem loot dem loot dem loot” has been ringing in my head. Journalist Hopewell Chin’ono switched up his usual approach to the fight against corruption by making a hit record. The song probably now has more versions than votes Museveni genuinely got…

Chronicles Of Afro Bloggers Awards

I have to say I’m extremely late to this post but better late than never is what I’ve heard so I’m here. The inaugural Afro Bloggers Awards are here and voting is currently open. And well it’s ending soon (February 5) so be quick about your choices and by that I mean your votes for…

Chronicles Of January Is Finally Over (A Recap)

Someone said that the sign represents the current direction of things in Zimbabwe and well I think that’s pretty accurate. Why is that sign even still up anyways? We might as well just stick to asking random strangers how we get to certain places, I mean there’s Google Maps but data prices are still higher…

Chronicles Of Cyclone Eloise And A Health Crisis

Let me start off with talking about ubuntu. If you google it you’ll probably come across the operating system named ubuntu which works on linux. But that’s not the subject matter here, I’m talking about ubuntu as in “I am, because you are.” The African spirit of togetherness. It is often tourists who get to…

Chronicles Of Counting Your Blessings

We don’t who they are but they say life is about the good moments and the recipe for a good life is doing something that consistently increases the amount of good moments you have. It’s also said if you’re truly happy you shouldn’t be counting those days. They should just be flying by while you…