Zimbabwean writer and journalist
Panashe Chigumadzil (born 1991) is a Zimbabwean-born journalist, essayist and novelist, who was raised in South Africa.She has published her writing in a variety of media. She has been a columnist for The Guardian.
- All my work as a writer has to do specifically with the black condition, the black woman’s condition and theorising about and speaking to black liberation; black revolution.
- An Interview with Panashe Chigumadzi,(June 16, 2016)
- There's way hipper, trendier shit happening in spaces unsafe for lily-white skinned people's privilege.
- A podcast interview with panashe,(September 14,2016)
- As a black woman, black people, you’re not supposed to crumble.
- An interview with Panashe,(November 2016)
- We all know what a coconut is, don’t we? It’s a person who is “black on the outside” but “white on the inside.
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- The past, present, and future, all wrapped into one.
- Nanjala who described Chigumzdizi's works,(August 21,2019)