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Black Author wins Copyright Case for Matrix movie

Originally posted on Jason Skywalker's Blog:
Black Author wins The Matrix Copyright Infringement Case This little known story has met a just conclusion, as Sophia Stewart, African American author of The Matrix will finally receive her just due from the copyright infringement of her original work!!! A six-year dispute has ended involving Sophia Stewart,…

There Will Be Days Like This

There will be days when you feel like the world is crumbling beneath your feet.There will be days when you feel like everybody is out to get you and the whole world is against youThere will be days when it feels like there’s no light at the end of tunnel.There will be days when you … Continue reading

Tuku Performing at Celebrity Dinner

Turning 29 & The 29 Things I Know For Sure!

It’s the Eve of my 29th Birthday. I’m pondering many things tonight. I’m worried about a lot of things in the future. Who am l? what am l doing with my life? Time passes by so slowly, seems like only yesterday that l was in high school…now l am planning things l never imagined a … Continue reading

Font Inspired By Chinua Achebe

[Download Program] International Images Film Festival For Women 2013

The International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) 2013, the only annual women’s festival South of the Sahara, this year celebrates its 12th anniversary. Women Filmmakers of Zimbabwe (WFOZ) is inviting you and your organization to make IIFF 2013a special celebration for the festival, its beneficiaries and the women activists who run it. IIFF was … Continue reading

Hysteria (2011): Film Review

Originally posted on ladygilraen:
Despite numerous unfortunate clichés in both character and plot, almost all of which may be put down to this film’s being a romantic comedy (a genre that Her Ladyship usually abhors), Hysteria is a rather sweet film that somehow, inexplicably, makes you forgive its many faults and enjoy yourself tremendously in…

Weekend Box Office Report: The Butler Delivers For A Second Straight Weekend

Originally posted on CBS Philly:
By Bill Wine PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The ticket-selling leader remained the same at multiplexes over the weekend. The Butler cleaned up again. For the second weekend in a row, director Lee Daniels’ The Butler, the racial bio-drama starring Forest Whitaker and Oprah Winfrey, finished first at the box office, earning…

Robert Mugabe speech to the nation of Zimbabwe, 4 March 1980

Originally posted on Adam Welz's Weblog:
Hi All found this little 8-sided, A5-sized  pamphlet of Robert Mugabe’s first speech to the nation of Zimbabwe in a second-hand shop somewhere in Cape Town, I think in Kalk Bay, some time ago. It’s printed on very poor-quality paper, and seems to have been destined for circulation…

Treat A Man The Way He Can Be

“Treat a man as he is, he will remain so. Treat a man the way he can be and ought to be, and he will become as he can be and should be.”  Johann Wolfgang von Goethe wrote these words in the 1800’s, they still hold as much weight now as l am sure they … Continue reading