This week Gilmore Tee talks to Zimbabwean Afro-Soul artist Mj Sings and writer @LauraNazanin, about the need to have 365 Days of Activism and not only talk about Gender-Based Violence over 16 Days. Mj Sings shares his new EP – Soul & Mind, while Laura shares on abuse in the Zimbabwean entertainment industry, how she is recovering from it, and how the community can be involved in avoiding such experiences happening to other fellow young women and men.

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Gilmore Tee celebrates ONE YEAR on CliffCentral.com and what better way to commemorate it than to sit down with international touring and award-winning Zimbabwean music group, MOKOOMBA. The group’s mix of Zimbabwean rhythms, Afrobeat and Afrorock generated exuberant scenes in over 75 concerts…

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Gilmore talks to Clinton Ncube, Fish F McSwagg and Clinton Zvoushe on their thoughts on Prophet Walter Magaya’s cure for HIV/AIDS, and Winky D singing hip hop. They discuss their works in the music industry and also comment on issues happening in Zimbabwe. Gilmore debuts ASAPH’s ‘Good Times Anthem’ and Fish F McSwagg’s ‘FARAYI DEYI’.

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Gilmore Tee talks to Zim hip-hop acts ASAPH, Vic Jita, and SinKay, poet Ras Munroe and visual artist George Masarira about their thoughts on everything happening in Zimbabwe, WHAT A MESS! They touch on The Project Hope by different Zimbabwean artists, #Hope4Zim, and also the #Top30Innovators18 by Vutha Magazine. The show features songs from SinKay and Vic Jita.

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After a while of not doing radio interviews, Gilmore Tee has an exclusive conversation with one of Zimbabwe’s most controversial visual artists, Owen Maseko, who is known for provoking the Zimbabwean government with his 2010 Gukurahundi Exhibition. Owen talks about experiencing the Gukurahundi genocide as a child, how he uses his art to address human rights issues, his thoughts on the new dispensation in Zimbabwe, being isolated as an artist, and what he is working on. It’s an exciting insight.

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Gilmore Tee talks to Adrian Andile Phiri and Sakhu Keith Dube, young entrepreneurs working in the lifestyle and entertainment space in Zimbabwe. The two share the challenges and joys of being an entrepreneur in such a space. Actress and TV host, MBO Mahocs, and Public Relations Officer, Bridgette Ndlovu, talk about the #RedCycleCampaignZW – a sanitary pads drive.

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Gilmore talks to Nneamaka Nwosisi – the Creative Director of a Nigerian fashion brand that specialises in handmade handbags, shoes and accessories, using leather and incorporating African fabrics. Together they go through her journey, lessons learnt and also explore possible partnership with Zimbabwe and Southern Africa. He plays out with ADDICTED by Kolly Dee.

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Gilmore Tee has a conversation with Zimbabwean Ambassador to Nigeria, H.E. Lovemore Mazemo, and they talk about Zimbabwe and Nigeria relations. Together they explore how best the two nations can learn from each through their similar characteristics. Gilmore profiles a brand that specialises in handmade bags, shoes, accessories, using leather and African print… and he plays out with Tamba – a song by EnoSoul, featuring Joy.

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Gilmore Tee catches up with the current Zim Hip Hop KING – ASAPH and Dope Hip Hop Act Ganyaz Jr on things happening in Zimbabwe after the elections, inauguration and the recent UnPlugged Zimbabwe. ASAPH & Ganyaz Jr talks about their works and speak out on everything happening in Zimbabwe – from politics, to social, and entertainment.

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Gilmore reflects on post 2018 Zimbabwean Elections with social commentator and journalist Busi Bhebhe, and photographer and social commentator Mgcini Nyoni. They talk about the election day, the atmosphere during the elections, the violence in Harare, and also what they think about the presidency.

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