Lockdown has brought some devastating effects on some of the people of Zimbabwe. Watch this animated video based on the poem, “Panze” which touches on some of those effects. Panze was written by Hey Hey Preacher, a Zimbabwean contemporary hip hop and spoken word artist.

We live in a world where Social Media has created an image for perfection that today’s generation constantly wants to match up to. A lot of people are losing themselves and their individuality in trying to match up to these images of perfection. So much chaos, so much distress and Royal Footprints is having none of that. We got together and teamed up with an Organisation by the name Royal Footprints,and helped them in their fight against this perfection epidemic! Royal Footprints,  stands to fight against the Idea of Beauty having an image or set standard, they believe, “Beauty is without Definition.” This video is in support of Royal Footprints’ Campaign called, Ndozvandiri (translated This is what/who i am) Which is a campaign set to encourage young people to accept themselves and not be intimidated by the edited and perfected visual images of models and people that circulate the internet.

A Poem written in solidarity with the slaves across Africa in particular on the Libyan front. It altogether captures the emotion of a slave daring and challenging the slave master to put himself in his shoes and further laments how the humanity of mankind falls away each day. Like and Share this video to help raise awareness Written By Two Apart, Directed by Kudakwashe Maxwell​ Scoring and Sound by EA Records​

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