Dikson is a spoken word artist, writer and photographer from Zimbabwe. He spent the latter part of his youth in the UK, he has performed around Europe and Africa and has collaborated with jazz addicts, hip-hop heads, DJs and Italian guitarists. He works for Magamba Network in his hometown, Harare, and is the editor of the youth platform www.kalabashmedia.com. If you see him buy him a drink.

I love Rio, but even my memories of it don’t look this good [vid]

Promises and pitfalls of the post-Google Glass world

24 hours in Harare, Zimbabwe

Intern with an urban art, media, and youth activist network in Zimbabwe

24 hours in Kathmandu, Nepal

BASE jumping off Everest [vid]

8 of the world’s most moving spoken word pieces

Chibuku: An homage to the Southern African homebrew

HIFA: Music, theater, art in downtown Harare [pics]

On feeling like a crackhead in Varanasi

Why I superglued myself to the Prime Minister: Conversation with an activist

5 African festivals you have to go to (and 2 to look out for)

Brighton, UK through the eyes of a 15-year-old filmmaker

The stadiums will breathe again: Africa Cup of Nations 2013

Kumbh Mela: The largest gathering on earth

Hip Hop and social change around the world: An interview with Nomadic Wax

How the royal baby can be less lame

Photo essay: Pokhara to Poon Hill on the Annapurna Circuit, Nepal

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