Regarding spiritual auto mechanics and healing: in conversation with Klara Ana RosaInterviews 2022-06-15
Nzara: Hunger is a mythological, musical epic poem telling the story of the Rozvi Empire from Great Zimbabwe attempting to steal the moon out of the sky. The movie is based on a ceremony-theatre play by the same name. It is cyclical in nature and portrays a world devoured by terror. It invites us, once again, to believe in love.
Of Slavic Souls, continuedOpinion 2022-03-06
"Am I waxing poetic about Russian culture? No, I don’t think so. I am not saying that Putin is good, or doing good things. But I have seen and experienced and read and been born into a life that sees, very well, that to heal the cycles of violence we are used to, we need to think differently to how we have been feeling thus far."
The art of prayer (in Zimbabwe)Opinion 2019-01-22
"The day after #ShutDownZimbabwe, the weight of the Big Fear still heavy and tangible on our tongues, and the twisted compass of the Big Confusion whirling bigger and bigger storms in brains and bodies and hearts alike – on this day, at a time that still saw the sun climbing towards his throne at the top of the sky, in the immigration office in Harare, the genial officer at the front desk smiled and laughed with two women waiting for assistance."