The following are some of the media products I have created, as well as interviews and presentations I have offered.
An article featured on GenderIT.org that explores the dynamics of categorising the global South as a monolith.
In this article, published by Africa Portal, I analyse the emergence and viral growth of the #ZimbabweanLivesMatter campaign on social media in 2020.
I use this article and the COVID pandemic-driven rise of Kenyan digital sensation, Elsa Majimbo, to analyse Black digital feminism and its generative potential for Black women's digital activism.
This article introduces my thinking on a conceptual framework I call African digital cosmpolitanism, and how it was practised during the pandemic.
In this opinion piece for the Mail and Guardian, I discuss Hollywood tropes about Africa and how they affect perceptions of the continent.
In this article, I explore how digital technologies can be useful for feminist movement building
This article, featured in the UK Guardian, looks at how coverage of the Ebola epidemic has had impacts on the 'Africa rising' narrative.
As an avid follower of cricket and other sports (such as Formula One racing), I interrogate stereotypes around women's lack of sporting literacy and how these foment sexist male perspectives within sports like cricket.
I reflect on Zimbabwe's 2017 military intervention which ousted then president, Robert Mugabe, and give my forecast of a not-so-bright future for the country.
The following are video presentations and recordings of speeches.
Public Colloquium on Media, Gender and Sexuality - USA
In this presentation at the Five Colleges Women's Research Center, based in Massachusetts in the United States, I talk through the symbolic meaning of the highly critiqued Zimbabwe-born Big Brother UK participant, Makosi Musambasi.
Interview about Her Zimbabwe - South Africa
This interview was conducted with Fray Media at Rhodes University during the Highway Africa Media Conference where I was a speaker.
Interview about careers in digital media - Rwanda
This interview with Career Girls took place on the sidelines of a conference on digital media that I was attending, taking place in Rwanda.