Zim-Abroad Magazine is a cutting edge publication that brings a refreshing take on the success stories of Zimbabweans abroad and brings into focus the great strides being made in various fields by individuals, business organizations and communities in the diaspora. Zim-Abroad shines a lot on never been told before information on Zimbabwe’s established and rising generations of leaders and pioneers.
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