The Last FrontLine

 In a country where meaningful entertainment is often scarce and freedom of expression systematically thwarted, these festivals have become alternative platforms for self expression. The performing arts events are just a few examples of growing community of voices confronting Zimbabwe’s socio-political establishment. They have attracted thousands of audiences from all walks of life nurturing various forms of subcultures through their platforms. Where political rhetoric and elections have failed to redress the country’s problems and the media has been systematically incapacitated, the arts might be the last frontline in the battle for free expression.

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