|Born||Nevanji Ernest Sivengwa Mutizwa Madanhire|
September 19, 1961
|Education||Gokomere High School, University of Zimbabwe|
|Years active||1990 - present|
Nevanji Madanhire is an writer, author, journalist and editor who has been in the Zimbabwe publishing industry since 1990 and was until recently the Newsday editor.
He started his journalism career in 1990 after which he was appointed Editor in Chief at The Financial Gazette in 1996, which was the only independent newspaper at the time. Two years later, he was part of the team that founded The Daily News. Nevanji Madanhire was the founding editor of The Business Tribune, which quickly grew its readership and circulation because of its fierce independence before it was banned in 2004. He became the country editor of a London-based NGO, the Institute for War and Peace Reporting. There, he built up a team of ten journalists, which gave the world fresh insights into the Zimbabwean crisis. January 2010, he became the editor of the weekly Sunday newspaper, The Standard. He has published two books, Goatsmell (1993) and If the Wind Blew (1995).
He has published short stories in anthologies such as Writing Still (2003), All Creatures Great and Small (2006) and Mazambuko (2011)
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