Leading Zimbabwean Creatives Welcome Moto Republik
Moto Republik, the first creative hub in Zimbabwe and in Southern Africa will be a collaborative space for local film makers, designers, animators and start ups.
Located at 3 Allan Wilson in the Greater Avenues area, the co-working space for creative individuals will be in elevated re-furbished shipping containers which are an eco-friendly and sustainable alternative workspace.
Moto Republik founder and creative director Samm Farai Monro, better known as Comrade Fatso says “
Moto Republik will be an inspiring space for Zimbabwe’s growing creative scene to network, collaborate and professionalise. It will be a home for new big ideas to revolutionise our film, TV, music and arts industries.
As a co-working space serviced with high speed internet, air conditioning and a roof-top canteen and garden, Moto Republik is both convenient and affordable. The hub will house Zimbabwean urban creative and tech savvy start up organizations such as 263Chat which will be at the creative hub.
Luckie Aaroni of P.O Box fame:
We believe that the space will influence massive collaboration between filmmakers and other fields and we will also learn new things.
Moto is a creative co-working space that will enable creative individuals in Harare to work, mingle and collaborate in hopes of building Zimbabwe’s creative industries and ensuring that they contribute to economic growth and GDP Nqobizitha Mlilo of Nafuna TV says ”
I think Moto Republik is exactly what the creative and film community needs. It’s going to be good for the industry.
Moto Republik is a project of Magamba Network, one of Zimbabwe’s most progressive creative organizations. It is also now the home to Magamba’s successful creative projects such as Shoko Festival, Zambezi News and Kalabash Media. Moto Republik will open its co-working space to members on Monday 17 August.