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THE GAME

FANTASY FRUSTRATIONS

Social media has changed the nature of the game with online banter a permanent fixture and fantasy football a new phenomenon.

THE LOOK

AFRICAN IMPRINT

Vimbai has style blogger Tiffany Curtis under the spotlight on how an identity replete with colour, pattern and print has Africa flowing through fashion's veins.

HOW TO

KILL TIME 

Whether you have time or not your can't ignore the blockbusters out at the moment! ‘Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is’ to watch my top five movies for the next 30 days.


THE EDIT

AND NOW?

Graduated abroad - Now what? By not returning home we risk both the development of our continent, country and the future of the family structure.

THE KNOWLEDGE

A HOUSE DIVIDED

The philosophy behind the greatest movements and the secret to establishing a collosal powerhouse? - A house divided against itself will not stand.

 

FROM THE ARCHIVE

AFRICA'S REAPER

We share Fungai's thoughts on how ebola is changing the 'Africa Rising' narrative and how it exposes the lack and inability to solve our own problems.


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THE EDITORIAL

JACOB JUNIOR MATAMBANADZO

Firstly,I think it would be appropriate  to thank the team of writers that contributed towards this September issue ,a great amount of work was done stringing together material to cater for a larger readership. We would also like to give special thanks to Fungai Machirori for allowing the team to feature her published article to our readers.

In our last issue the magazine carried the theme of "Natural Hair" on females through out the month, (With a notably great reception towards the pieces :Its always great to have interaction and opinions being shared on matters usually overlooked), and in this issue we're focusing more on how being African influences (or should) the way we dress. Fashion is an expression and usually grows more as time flings us further down our lives. So with the aim of preserving the same spirit of participation & interaction our readers had in August , we're definitely looking forward to seeing some photo's of young Zimbabweans embracing african prints tagged on any of  our social networks.

This month (and in the following months) we were looking to feature the work of more bloggers out there. Fungai Muchirori  on the Ebola outbreak and Clever Mukori on the unity of our country are pieces we've added in the issue to serve this purpose. (contact us on doztw.hype@gmail.com if you're interested in featuring in the next issues)

Lastly we had to throw in something for the dedicated football fans ( Thank you Chris) and another little jab for the movie fanatics (Thanks Vic ) we have as part of our readership. We'd love to hear your reviews and opinions on the movie list featured in the magazine as well as your fantasy football frustration during the first few weeks of the season. Our twitter handle is @dotzw and Facebook page is Dotzw.

We hope you enjoy the read!

 
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