UK based financial services company Express Links Money Transfer is backing Zimfest Live as the headline partner this year and also launching a promotional competition with prizes for people to be announced at the cultural and arts festival on Saturday 3rdAugust at Colesdale Farm Enfield in the UK. The partnership between the two has been […]

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Express Links Money transfer, a UK based financial services company, today handed Zimbabwe’s national netball team, the Zim Gems a further boost in their ongoing World Cup campaign in Liverpool by paying each member of the squad allowances in honour of their pledge at the welcome reception for the team before the start of the […]

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The charity foundation based in Melbourne, Australia, is all about raising funds for the direct relief of poverty, sickness, suffering, distress, misfortune, destitution or helplessness, particularly to disadvantaged people not only in Australia but Zimbabwe as well. Formed as a company by three members – Maidei Belinda Zivengwa, Sifundo Mpatiwa and Munashe Chigumadzi, the organisation […]

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Mother of 3 boys, she comes from Lupane, Matabeleland North. She grew up in the City of Bulawayo. He background made her see the suffering of disadvantaged people and communities in both rural and urban set ups. She is therefore very passionate about upliftingher home country Zimbabwe and the Zimbabwean community in the diaspora. “I […]

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Her firm is based in the vibrant, multicultural city of Footscray, Melbourne. It assists in criminal matters, traffic offences, family law matters, particularly relating to family violence (intervention orders), divorce, property settlement, child access and other general legal matters, among other things too numerous to mention. Established in 2014, its biggest clients are people from […]

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Society give people labels according to what they see from outside, unaware of what really is hidden in their hearts, minds and visions. This is true of Babra Mutanda who spent years in Zimbabwe as an ordinary mother and house wife in Mbare and Chitungwiza before she became a top nurse in Australia. Zim Abroad […]

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She says in some ways, hospitals found her way before she realised her career path. She moved from Zimbabwe to Edinburgh in 1991 and worked as a hospital cleaner. She didn’t realise it then but she was working with people from diverse backgrounds and from low income households, the very population that would become key […]

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He is the founding member of Bana Be Ngwana Development Trust. The trusts is legally registered in Zimbabwe and South Africa and are currently registering in the UK. This project came out of a realization that if the rural home area was to ever to witness any meaningful development, they had to be part of […]

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Takunda Denya, a Johannesburg resident and left leg amputee has defied the odds to start an e-commerce fresh produce business. Our Editor Martin Chemhere tells his unbelievable story.Like thousands of his fellow countrymen he arrived in Johannesburg many years ago and found himself without a means of livelihood. Today the owner of Vitak Farm Fresh […]

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She is a mother, wife, businesswoman and philanthropist. She was born in Ndola, Zambia and grew up in Samaringa Village, Honde Valley just outside Mutare before moving to the United Kingdom in 1998. “I come from a diversified educational and practical background that covers Secretarial Studies, Hotel Management, Nursing & Midwifery, Family Planning and Women’s […]

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In the true spirit of never forgetting your roots, the Mufakose Ladies UK or Mufakose Diaspora Ladies is remembering more than their families and relatives back home by helping the needy in the township where they came from. Zim Abroad Magazine caught up with one of the ladies Lorraine J. Mudzimu who is now living […]

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