Deadline ... 15th January 2015
A young, budding writer of fiction. We are looking for short stories that have an exciting plot - a thriller, a crime or detective story - and are set within the socio-political context of contemporary Zimbabwe. Both aspects are important. Your story should be around 5500 words, but not less than 3500 words and not more than 7500 words, and must be written in English by Zimbabwean residents. Stories not to arrive later than 15th January 2015.
Respecting Human Rights?
It was acknowledged positively in the election year 2013 that the balloting was free of violence. This was correct insofar as voters were not beaten up, tortured or killed as in 2008. But the violence of 2008 was still there in the form of intimidating gestures and threats.
A warm welcome to the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (English: Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation) in Zimbabwe. From its Harare office the Foundation coordinates a wide range of activities that aim to assist Zimbabwe in its process of democratic consolidation.
Perspectives and insights with particular emphasis on the importance of our National Railway
|Nov. 13 - 14
How to lead people who follow you in your area of influence
|Nov. 11 - 12
(by invitation only)
Stories not to arrive later than 15. January 2015
We are looking for short stories that have an exciting plot - a thriller, a crime or detective story - and are set within the socio-political context of contemporary Zimbabwe. Both aspects are important! Your story should be [...]
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