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My Harare – Terrence Amos

By Penny Pangeti Harare is a fascinating place. Filled with many interesting people each with a story to tell. With your busy and stressful lifestyles …

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Starting up a Neighbourhood Watch

By Ellen Dove There are increasing reports of crime in our neighbourhoods in Harare. Although the police continue seeking ways to keep us safe, there …

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116 More than just an ordinary number

By Buttler Nhepure For children in Zimbabwe, 116 can mean the difference between life and death. Childline Zimbabwe has been operating the free phone 116, …

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WVS – “Women’s Voluntary Services”- Emerald Hill.

By Pearl Phillips and Tess Kageler Women’s Voluntary Services (WVS) was founded in 1953 by Zoe Shearer. Zoe, a lady of tremendous “go” who was …

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LEARN TO SPEAK SPANIEL

By Marda Fairlie It could have been a tragedy if the Harare SPCA (HSPCA) hadn’t come to the rescue.  But fortunately this is a story …

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Mustard Seed Africa

By Wadzie Mutiwanyuka and Gail Mawocha Invest in a Woman, Invest in a Community! Mustard Seed Africa (MSA) is a social enterprise which focuses on …

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The Power of Books

By Kate Chambers Supplying books to out of town libraries through #BOOKS4ZIM In 2011, I was driving with my family through Marange district in eastern …

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Tailoring for Good with Kusika Tailors

By Naomie Happi The Covid-19 virus has been labelled as the biggest crisis since World War II. The rapid spread of the virus has resulted …

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