Registered under the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe

19 April 2011


Writers International Network Zimbabwe (Win-Zimbabwe) and the Global Arts Trust have entered into a strategic partnership aimed at assisting budding writers.

The partnership will see Win-Zimbabwe being housed at the Global Arts Trust until more space is found for the young writers’ association.

Veteran actor, director, producer, promoter and Global Arts Trust Director Walter Muparutsa extended the hand of solidarity to the writers association to advance its manuscript assessment programme and other related activities.

“For us this partnership is going to reward budding writers’ works which can be adapted for the stage or film. It is going to bring back my memories when I was at the Literature Bureau where I used to read many manuscripts for possible publication,” said Muparutsa who has won many awards in the field of theatre in Zimbabwe.

Muparutsa was a reader, translator, and editorial officer at the Literature Bureau from 1960 to 1969.

Win-Zimbabwe Director Beaven Tapureta (PICTURED) said it is an exceptionally new era opening up for his association, which turned one this year.

“On behalf of Win-Zimbabwe, I am humbled by this joint venture. Administration and coordination of our activities is going to be easy now and we are very grateful to the Global Arts Trust for this shot in the arm,” he said.
The 2009 NAMA nominated Tapureta also said writers who want to join or know more about Win-Zimbabwe could now come and see him at the Global Arts Trust situated at No 168 Chinhoyi Street, Harare during working hours from Monday to Friday.
Global Arts Trust is an arts management consultancy organisation whose mission is to encourage artists to effect economic, social and spiritual growth for personal and common good.


  1. JAMES T.NYAMAJIWAWednesday, April 20, 2011

    Thanks Brother we are winning we will win Zimbabwe winning is our game.i respect you for changing the face of writing in the country your legacy shall remain for generations.GLOBAL ARTS TRUST we salute you may God enlarghe your territory.