Diaspora, Shurugwi, content creation and more with King Kandoro
I joined British comedian Mukudzei “King” Kandoro Majoni to talk about his recent stand up tour The Prodigal Son. We also talked about the rigors of life in Zimbabwe, how her diaspora experience unfolds, stealing twenty-five dollars that was intended for tuition and more.
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King Kandoro Prodigal Son review: ePassports, Nick Mangwana and more
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