In my Father’s Village
Rhuveneko, 19, goes back to her family's village to claim her inheritance when the village holds a meeting to distribute land. Her father, Chief Matsika, died during Zimbabwe's brutal liberation war in the 1970s. Now Ruvheneko's uncle is Chief. As his greedy and corrupt nature is exposed at the village meeting, Rhuveneko learns of her father's true nature.
Nyaminyami amazayi abulozi - Nyaminyami and the Evil Eggs
A biblical story of redemption is narrated in this musical adaptation of ancient Tonga folklore.
I want a wedding Dress
Amidst a Zimbabwean sexual network lies a heart-rendering story of seduction, material girls and the triumph of first love.
A young university graduate teacher discovers a terrible secret at a rural school.
A story about beliefs and unknown forces, about loss and sacrifices.
Kare Kare Zvako – Mother’s Day
An old Shona folk tale is rendered as a musical, celebrating a diversity of contemporary Zimbabwean music.
HARD EARTH - LAND RIGHTS IN ZIMBABWE
Life on an occupied Zimbabwean farm - from many points of view: the white farmers, the farm workers and the occupiers.
A compassionate look at elephant conservation in Africa from a novel perspective, showing a nearly forgotten "conflict zone".
KUYAMBUKA - CROSSING BORDERS
A cellphone camera travels with Women Cross Border Traders between Zimbabwe and South Africa
Zimbabwean celebrity Tendayi Westerhof stunned the nation by becoming the first high profile person to go public about her HIV positive status
Zimbabweans and their Diaspora. Family life in Zimbabwe is full of myths and speculations about the loved ones living abroad
ON THE BORDER - LANDMINE CLEARANCE IN ZIMBABWE
Zimbabwe's borders are still littered with anti-personnel landmines from it's liberation war. A portrait of the people who enter the minefields to open up land and make it safer.