Quotations

A List of quotations

Nqobizitha Mlilo
I think people are still very ignorant of their abilities so the industry itself does not demand as much from the animators and 3D artists as they should - Full Article
Tafadzwa Tarumbwa
One cannot get value for their product, which is why we are looking for other platforms to unlock value from our works which almost all the Zimbabwean viewers can see. - Full Article
Ryan Chokureva
The only way we can truly retain our identity or even remember what it is, is to continuously share it. - Full Article
Elton Mjanana
However, the ultimate African classic still eludes their efforts so far, especially since their stories advance a certain stereotype on Africans. - Full Article
Nonsikelelo Muzvidzwa
Resolutions can be vague and drawing them up is relatively easy. Goals require some serious thinking. - Full Article
Tafadzwa Tarumbwa
The publicity for the audio was very effective and it went to many people in a lot of places and it was well received because people had not come across a product like Ambivalence. - Full Article
Black Bird
I am one of Zim's most prolific rappers at this moment. Its ridiculous because the promoters don't realize that the industry will never grow until they have faith in the local artists. - Full Article
Elton Mjanana
Both have set standards in their respective genres; with Edith making a mark on the quasi-traditional Afro-Fusion/World Beat and Kudzai cementing her place as a fitting Afro Jazz exponent. - Full Article
Tafadzwa Gutsa
The designer or artist creates solely for himself first and then seeks to enlighten others on his discovery. - Full Article
Baynham Goredema
Actually whenever I come, I concentrate my visits to the townships, informal settlements and squatter camps. - Full Article
Baynham Goredema
The rainbow represents a promise of a new day and a new era in our country, whereby people could express their patriotism by wearing regalia with various symbols of national relevance and identity. - Full Article
Masimba Hwati
We have had every reason to revolt and riot and create chaos but there is something in our nature that is peaceful that is calming, of course many people will take it as a docile spirit or a spirit of fear. - Full Article
Masimba Hwati
My work has developed from just being ceramics to being a fusion of ceramics and wood and also found materials or objects. - Full Article
Masimba Hwati
: I love travelling a lot, chatting and relaxing with friends over braais and reading sometimes. - Full Article
Outspoken
This year has been good because there was more outeraction between local artists and foreign artists because everyone is international or local pertaining to where they are. - Full Article
Outspoken
If you look at the profits made, they need to chop down more trees in order to survive as opposed to the benefits of investing in what is naturally there. - Full Article
Outspoken
I speak about things that reflect on self, where ‘self’ is a member of society and society is governed by politics and when you focus on the betterment of society and communities you become at loggerheads with government. - Full Article
Hope Masike
Back in Zimbabwe, locals treat foreigners differently because everyone really minds their own business. - Full Article
Hope Masike
Someone else can feel a relationship with their ancestors, Allah etc. but it’s more a spiritual relationship with your God, whoever your God is. - Full Article
Hope Masike
The spirit of sharing was very important as was working hard because we had to look after each other together.  - Full Article

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