Eugene Soros is a highly versatile writer, with extensive experience in political and environmental issues, arts & culture and development. He has reported from war zones and covered issues of international interest, as well as the leading stories in Zimbabwe.
Mr. Soros has worked in the news business for nine years, writing for the daily newspapers in Zimbabwe as well as other publications, both large and small. He has also written stories for the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation. During his time as a full-time and freelance journalist, he has built up an impressive network of contacts in the fields of development, art & culture, entertainment and current affairs.
Also a writer of poetry and prose, Mr. Soros was closely involved with a start-up program for performing arts and culture groups, and with a teenage magazine for which he was a contributing editor.
Sizwe Bansi a hit at Hifa
The fragile lives and the dictator
Worldpress.org Work Samples
A Drop in the Ocean: Dealing With Gun Violence in South Africa
Zuma Trial Heightens Rape Awareness
Senegalese Musician Honors African Leaders
Book on Zimbabwe's War of Liberation Sparks Heated Debate
The Irresistible Femi Kuti
The HIV/AIDS Catastrophe in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Government Closes Another Newspaper
Virgins, Potions, and AIDS in Zimbabwe