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The prospect of the town of Chitungwiza being overrun by waste prompted one man into action.
Many areas in Zimbabwe experience inadequate water supplies perennially but most people just complain about the problem and expect the authorities to do something about it.
More than five years ago, it became apparent that in order to keep young people in Bulawayo’s townships from the streets,there was an urgent need to create projects.
There is nothing that best exemplifies the spirit of community building than the work being undertaken by 42-year-old Edmore Aaron of Dzivarasekwa, Harare.
One day in 2010 43-year-old Godfrey Mavhura, was walking in his neighbourhood, when he overheard two women talking about how the old people at Rimuka Old People’s Home were moving around begging for food.
Deep down in the recesses of Mberengwa district, where the only visible signs of technology are overhead power lines, is a thriving irrigation scheme.
Allow me to start by sharing a few quotes that I hope will capture
the essence of this project and also hopefully prick some of your
As NewsDay prepares for People’s Choice Awards 2013, they give you 2012’s finalists of the prestigious Awards event.
Click the slide below to get an insight of what The NewsDay People’s Choice Awards are all about… Download Download the nomination form here
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