0
The number of young leaders Takunda has helped mentor as a volunteer with the Harare city junior council over the past 10 years
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The number of views on the 85 videos Takunda directed and co-produced for Let Them Trust’s art for change festival in a 3 month time period.
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The number of Sub-Saharan countries whose capital markets are covered by African Financials, one of southern Africa’s top investor relations firms where Takunda works as the Head of Media.
0
The number of international corporate podcasts Takunda managed as content manager for 90-minute books.
Build Texas Business (Boyar-Miller Law)
Podcasting Stories
Maverick Cpa
Premium Finance show (Cool Springs Financial)
National Business Development Association Podcast
The IC-DISC Show
The Christine Spray Show
The Heath Barnes Show
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Book More Show (90 minute Books relaunch)
Welcome to Cloudlandia
1000
The number of youth (Harare students below age 19) affected by Takunda’s contribution to public school policy regarding mandatory school styles that failed to consider religious diversity
0
The age at which Takunda became Junior mayor of Harare and began contributing to youth-directed policy
1995
The year Takunda pioneered international collaboration between Joburg, Durban and Harare junior councils.
0
The number of cities Takunda visited on his tour, documenting and collaborating with artists throughout Zimbabwe.
0
The approximate number of hours it takes to fly from Zimbabwe to Cyprus, where Takunda earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechatronic Engineering.
0
The number of sub-Saharan countries Takunda coordinated teams in for the educational startup SMBLO
1996
The year Visual Sensations, with Takunda as their COO and Resident Film Director, won the Entrepreneurship National Award.
0
The number of people who watched Create Zim (parts 1 and 2), the mini-documentary created by Takunda for JITTV about his journey documenting artists in Zimbabwe
1995
The year Takunda’s articles got published in 4 different international publications.

The Story Of South Africa As Told By It's Movies

Cinema has long held the incredible ability to simplify complex ideas. Through the power of films, we can travel to other countries and gain insight into everything from culture to socio-political realities, all from the comfort of our seats. Through this medium, countries like South Africa show foreigners the truth about their nation, known globally for its journey from a racist hellscape to a prime example of African enterprise.

 

With the racist Apartheid regime in the past, South Africa has grown into a rainbow nation that, to date, serves as a shining beacon of possibility in the southern African region. Through characters such as Leleti Khumalo’s Sarafina (Sarafina, 1992) and Morgan Freeman’s Mandela (Invictus, 2009) the world has learned about the heroic sacrifices and deliberate mending that created the nation. READ MORE

Superman: A Long Tradition of Being the Hero Our World Needs.

The French Dispatch: The Last Roar of A Dying Artform

1996
The year Takunda gave his TEDx talk on how modern society can make today's youths tomorrow's heroes.
0
The number of books Takunda has edited for Feminist Activist Amanda Tayte-Tait.
0
The number of people that watched #NoFilter, an Ensemble celebrity talk show that Takunda executive produced for JITTV and Play Africa.
1995
The year Takunda started his fine art photography journey

Zen’s Gallery

These pictures are selected from Zen’s Personal collection and featured as a method of journaling his experiences. Each picture holds a well of meaning and sentiment and each gallery display exhibits a different aspect of the journey of Life.