SoCreative platform forges future change-makers

The course modules include launching and growing a creative enterprise and social impact through creative entrepreneurship, and creative economy policy.
By Khumbulani Muleya Sep. 17, 2023

Africa’s prosperity lies in ownership

The suburb became a hive of activity as people repaired their homes, painted walls and put in additions and improvements.
By Eddie Cross Apr. 18, 2023

World Theatre Day rekindles vibrancy of community centres

Local theatre practitioners have for generations been using theatre to create dialogue and engagement on diverse societal issues.
By Winstone Antonio Mar. 29, 2023
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Zimbabweans pay an arm and a leg to migrate to UK

The United Kingdom (UK) at the beginning of this month started recruiting teachers from Zimbabwe who are eligible for qualified teacher status (QTS) in that country.
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 26, 2023

Zim artiste, UK writer collaborate on comic book

Kay Media Africa Media Communications Keith Kuhudzai confirmed the developments to Standard Style yesterday.
By Sharon Sibindi Nov. 27, 2022

Candid Comment: Human trafficking of 'caregivers' must stop

The UK government must play its part to stop this disgrace.
By Nevanji Madanhire Sep. 9, 2022

Climate action project builds new narratives

A UK-based youth-led radio station Reprezent Radio, local cultural professionals Page Poetry Alive (PPA) and Kay Media Africa will deliver a television game show called Cre8ive Challenge Television Game Show consisting of three competitive segments that will take place online and in-person.

By The Standard Jul. 17, 2022

Climate action project builds new narratives

A UK-based youth-led radio station Reprezent Radio, local cultural professionals Page Poetry Alive (PPA) and Kay Media Africa will deliver a television game show called Cre8ive Challenge Television Game Show consisting of three competitive segments that will take place online and in-person.

By The Standard Jul. 17, 2022

NBA Playoffs: Curry gets the Warriors to semis

While Denver’s only chance to win was to amp up the fouls and slow the game down, Steve Kerr was able to read this quickly and get Nikola Jokic to 5 personal fouls as fast as possible. With 8 minutes left in the fourth quarter, this is exactly what happened and that’s when the game changed completely. Jokic wasn’t able to go all out with a possible ejection looming.

By The Standard Apr. 28, 2022