Award winning Zimbabwean actor Tapiwa Gambura has dropped another short film, Not Your Bride: A Woman’s Constitution, that will tackle child marriages. In an interview, Tapiwa expressed her desire to be the voice for the voiceless women across Africa. The story that talk about real stories whilst showing that there are women in the country who are taking urgency.
Talking about things are difficult in child marriages, difficult things that women have to go through in Zimbabwe. There is a lot of pain, suffering but you still see women from those communities who have urgency towards them and who want to make a difference and it was also important that i pass the mic and use the platform I have for other people to speak.
The role is to help us or listen to things that women have for long wanted to speak about.
However, Ruvimbo, alongside her second husband is the founder of the Topodzi Foundation Trust that aims to educate child brides, as well as provide them and young women with means of economic independence so that they can fend for themselves amidst the patriarchal society.