Since our inception, Enthuse Afrika has been responsible for a number of website development oriented projects in the Creative, Entertainment and even Medical fields of business. We offering hosting, design and content management.
At present we’re part of the on-going Creative Cities Project by Arterial Network Africa and UNESCO. Our work involves development of a website and portal that highlights the creative landmarks of the city of Harare through Events, Directory Listings and News Posts.
Enthuse Afrika through DiComm Mcann was involved in the Award Winning Digital Campaign featuring Unilever’s Shield Deodorant. Our responsibilities involved producing commiunication material such as Social Media Graphics, written and visual prompts.
The MultiChoice Talent Factory is a continent wide film-making Training programme by MultiChoice Africa. Enthuse Afrika was commissioned to document the Zimbabwean leg of the selection process and turn the grueling 3-day audition process of August 2018 into a bite-sized video that stakeholders could be excited about.
Jah Prayzah is arguably Zimbabwe’s biggest export after the legendary Oliver Mtukudzi. At a career defining moment, Jah Prayzah entrusted us with our first big storytelling gig. Our role was to document the behind the scenes element of his road trip for the launch of ‘Mdhara vaChauya ‘ in Harare, Bulawayo, Kwekwe and Gweru in September 2016. The result was a moving, viral 3-minute video with over 100,000 views. on Jah’s YouTube Channel.
In 2017, Enthuse Afrika was selected as one of three partners tasked by the British Council to document and report on the organization’s impact on Zimbabwe’s creative space through the Marking More Art Happen Grants as a result of the YESS Baseline Research. Our Content Creation role involved turning projects, reports and impact stories of 2015 – 2017 into interesting, social media-friendly content such as those of the ‘Making More Art Happen’ Grants. We used multiple mediums such as blogging/written storytelling as well as audio-visual means of content creation.
In addition, our Creative Director, Stephanie Kapfunde represented Zimbabwe as one of four Creatives in the South Africa regions from South Africa, Malawi and Namibia to head to the UK and collaborate on a UK/Africa project in May 2018.
As of November 2018, Enthuse Afrika had the honour of being Delivery Partner for the connect.hubs Project which incorporated facets of Project and Social Media Management as well as content creation and documentation.