Grace  Chirenje

Grace Chirenje

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Navigating the workplace network

The sheer weight of participating in such petty politics left me utterly drained. I incessantly questioned what it was about my existence that provoked such resistance.
By Grace Chirenje Apr. 5, 2024

Embracing the beauty of motherhood in Africa

The stories of Wasu and countless other mothers inspire us to appreciate the resilience and beauty of motherhood in Africa.
By Grace Chirenje May. 17, 2024

Combating corruption in Zim through a gender, youth lens

The country has long struggled with the corrosive effects of bribery, embezzlement, and abuse of power, undermining its social, economic, and political fabric.
By Grace Chirenje Jun. 28, 2024

Long road back: Unemployment, the collective lessons for Zim

It is the loss of purpose and identity that cuts deepest, leaving me adrift in a sea of uncertainty.
By Grace Chirenje Jul. 5, 2024