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New Media

New Media

Magamba Slideshow 10

About Magamba

Magamba is one of Zimbabwe’s most dynamic organizations and works on the cutting edge of culture, activism and new media. The network promotes citizen journalism and alternative media, organises popular cultural events, promotes new artists and pioneers creative youth activism. Magamba’s vision is a free and just Zimbabwe.

The Hub Un-Conferences started in Gweru at the Midlands State University on Wednesday 9 April and was attended 135 students and ended in Bulawayo at the National gallery on Thursday 10 April with 68 new media activists and citizen journalist present. The Hub was vibrant gathering to debate new media, citizen journalism and technology. Creating a powerful space to share, analyse and mapped ways to open up societies. On the panel discussions and talks were leaders in the field.…
The hit comedy series Zambezi News is going on tour in South Africa and Swaziland from the 28th of May till the 2nd of June. The star cast of Comrade Fatso, Michael K and Outspoken, known on the show respectively as Jerome Weathers, Kudzaishe Mushayahembe and Mandape Mandape, will be in appearances on TV, on stage and at a major festival before they return to Harare. Zambezi News will be performing live at the popular Awednesday Comedy Jam in…
So we’re well on our way into the New Year and the team wants everyone to take note of all the awesomeness happening in 2014. In January we kicked off the year with a dope session of the all-new poetry event, Word Garden, at the Book Café. People turned up to witness spoken word by some of the country’s finest poets and MCs. It’s always a fun night-time event with…
The Shoko Festival is Zimbabwe’s fastest growing international festival. Shoko is a living experiment in urban culture, free expression and positive social change. Shoko is about breaking down the barriers between media, culture and activism to create dialogue, progress and cutting edge new urban culture.    Shoko 2011 had 1,200 people in attendance over its four-day duration. Shoko generated significant media interest as it was reported in the BBC, the…
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