JULY 2016 PREVIEW: Violent protests, Squanda’s Skimbo episode and Kereke jailed
And then half the year was gone and we were in the second half.
Here is a review of July 2016 in the news (bold indicates link to original article)
Beitbridge’s border post was rocked by violent protests and had to be closed. And soon after that Harare had it is own protests
African Union announced it was launching its all African passport
Cafe Nush then had that weird response to the whole shutdown Harare thing.
Oscar Pistorius was jailed for 6 years
We were back at SA Menswear Week. We talked to Taf The Taylor. These were his awesome pics from his denim showcase. And speaking of pics, this is what opening night looked like. The other Zimbabwean at the event Ara Kani had a chat with us. And here are his pics from the showcase.
Zimbabwe’s travel agents announced they were dropping credit faciities.
Then ZBC had that tweet about the ‘This Fag’ pastor. That was a hectic time wasn’t it?
Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court hand a landmark judgement on life imprisonment sentences. The same court would also make another decision on ZBC licenses
This Flag pastor Evan Mawarire handed himself into the police and was released by the courts
Zimbabwe did well at the World Championship of Performing Arts with three reaching the final. Guitarist Sylent won the championship making history. And he had an awesome interview for us part of Team Zimbabwe.
Danai Gurira was confirmed for the Black Pannther movie
Kwese Sports bagged the NFL rights