Khuluma Afrika makes editorial changes

Khuluma Afrika's new roving editor Maynard Manyowa (left), with reporter Watson Munyaka (centre) and the new deputy editor Prince Butawo (right)
Khuluma Afrika's new roving editor Maynard Manyowa (left), with reporter Watson Munyaka (centre) and the new deputy editor Prince Butawo (right)

Khuluma Afrika is pleased to announce a new editorial with restructured and re-assigned roles, as we seek to grown the platform and provide cutting edge reporting from Zimbabwe.

Founding Editor, Jacob Changamire is now the Editor in Chief. Previously he worked as co-editor together with Maynard Manyowa. Due to personal circumstances which have shifted and a busy travel schedule, the latter has been re-assigned and a new special role created for him.

Effective today, Mr. Manyowa becomes the roving editor (Editor-at-Large).

We believe this new role allows him to still contribute meaningfully to Khuluma Afrika while engaging in his private business, which involves intense travel. The role limits the burden of him carrying specific editorial tasks, allowing him to work on what interests him, from wherever in the world he may be.

We also believe the new unshared role assigned to Prof Changamire allows him to drive the publication in the direction he wishes and to dedicate all his time and resources into Khuluma Afrika.

Chief reporter Prince Butawo has now been elevated to the position of deputy editor.

A few new appointments have also been made to cover for the duties previously performed by Mr. Manyowa, especially content sharing arrangements with Power FM, 702 Radio, and Daily Maverick.

South African based Saprin Koti joins the team as the resident political analyst for Southern African affairs.

Zimbabwean based analyst and journalist Tatenda Maredza also joins the team as a special correspondent for political affairs.

Other positions remain unchanged at this time.

A new editorial team for Malawian affairs will be announced in the course of the week, as Khuluma expands into other territories.