This episode looks into the hindrances of the Zimbabwean economy, the direction it is taking, venturing into tech, energy, and cryptocurrencies in the effort to turn the economy and entrepreneurship around in Zimbabwe. Is there a place for cryptocurrency in Zimbabwe? How best can we make things work for the country? Zimbabwean businessman Dr Shingi Munyeza and Forbes 30 Under 30 Entrepreneur Takunda Chingonzo join the conversation and highlight the way forward for the Zim economy. We preview a new single ‘August’, by Zim Hip Hop Award Winner Indigo Saint, talk about Tambaoga’s comeback, and scrutinise the interior decor in the social media videos by President Mnangagwa.

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This show touches on the topics trending on social media in Zimbabwe. It highlights on Zimbabwe’s Former Minister of Higher & Tertiary Education, Science and Technology development, Jonathan Moyo’s interview on BBC, and the Gukurahundi talks happening across Zimbabwe. Journalist, activist and entrepreneur Zenzele Ndebele voices his thoughts on titles and the culture of worshipping them. Both Gilmore and Tswarelo go on to tackle the different issues around titles and also highlight Strive Masiyiwa’s Forbes listing, Black Panther and the MTV Shuga drama.

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Here is wishing you a Happy New Year, giving highlights of what transpired in Zimbabwe this past festive season. This show features festivals, carnivals and shows, exploring the benefits of such events to the artists, promoters and society as a whole. With the December period being one of the busiest in Zimbabwe and across the globe, Kalawa Homecoming Concert and Vic Falls Carnival are some of the highly-anticipated events that take place. Gilmore, Tswarelo, Saint Valz, Heather Nyangari, Nkululeko Nkala and Tinashe Tafirenyika explore the pros and cos of Festivals, Carnivals and Shows in Zimbabwe.

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Human rights are fundamental to a nations growth, and with the new dispensation in Zimbabwe, it is expected that they are made top priority. This episode touches on moving from Regime to Cabal – the position of Human Rights in Zimbabwe’s new dispensation. Media Analyst Nkosinqobile Chris Dube (@ChrisNqoe) and Munyaradzi Gova (@NdiMunyahWacho) join Gilmore in studio, to look into the human rights aspect of Zimbabwe. Together they also touch on Comedian, Chef, Creative and Ndebele, Carl Joshua Ncube’s interview named Gukurahundi: Sleeping with the Enemy, which surfaced on the internet this week. 2017 has been a crazy year for Zimbabwe, let’s make 2018 crazier!

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With so many award ceremonies in Zimbabwe, one wonders if this small country needs them, or if those many resources could rather be used to build functional industries in our respective spaces. Gilmore is joined by social commentator, arts practitioner and award-winning photographer Mgcini Nyoni, and lighting technician and designer Chipo Mawarire. They discuss the existence of these “many” award ceremonies and also look into the illegal exportation of ivory to Malaysia, the Zimbabwe Hip Hop Awards, and the Oliver Mtukudzi saga. The show closes with MTV Shuga Down South, drama series.

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With the Zimbabwean Budget having been announced, Gilmore is joined in studio by fellow citizen Nkanyeziyethu Malunga, and Tinashe Charleson to look at the budget and the priorities of the government. He also touches on other news in entertainment, society and politics. Zodwa Wabantu finally performs in Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe Jnr launches his exclusive clothing brand, and the replacement of the Minster of Primary and Secondary education. The show concludes with an HIV/AIDS awareness drama series – MTV Shuga: Down South.

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This episode reflects on the first 7 days of Emmerson D. Mnangagwa as the new president of Zimbabwe. It touches on the appointment of the New Cabinet, the plans that the President has shared as a way forward in the progression of his presidency, and the position of the opposition – who they are and what their purpose is in this new Zimbabwe. Together with our guests, Dr Annette Bongiwe and Mthokozisi Ndebele, we further find out more about our Zimbabwean opposition parties and their purpose. The show concludes with an HIV/AIDS awareness drama series, MTV Shuga: Down South.

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This episode reflects on Zimbabwe in the historic week of 14-21 November 2017 – the Solidarity March, National Day of Prayer, the removal of Former President Robert Mugabe from the ZANU-PF lead position, the firing of Grace Mugabe and other Ministers from the ZANU-PF party, the much-anticipated speech by Mugabe, impeachment letter, the day of the parliament, the resignation letter and the new era celebrated by Zimbabweans…

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In the midst of military action to influence the political direction of Zimbabwe, Gilmore speaks to multi-award nominated hip hop artist – T1nda and Social Commentator – Itai Muroyi, on their forecast regarding the political outcome and their perspectives on the role of the church in influencing society and politics. Together with the guests, Tswarelo and Gilmore also touch on proclaimed Prophet Walter Magaya playing for the Warriors Legends and the Zimbabwe Hip Hop Awards 2017 Nominees List. The show concludes with MTV Shuga: Down South drama series.

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Zimbabwean hip hop act Indigo Saint and founder of the Women’s Association of Survivors Kudakwashe Kunzekweguta join Gilmore to talk about depression. They share their personal experiences and highlight the steps they took in dealing with it and helping others through music, writing and counselling. Gilmore and Tswarelo also look at topics that trended in Zimbabwe this past week.

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