LONDON – On the 16th of March 2013, Nehanda Radio published an appeal to Zimbabweans mainly in the UK to rally round and help Godfrey Karonga and his family acquire a V3 machine for his 13-year-old son Tinashe Karonga.
Americans of all ages, backgrounds, and interests come to Zimbabwe. They come to see the rhinos, elephants, and Victoria Falls; they come as part of church mission groups to build health clinics and schools; and they come to share their expertise and learn from Zimbabweans at all levels.
Urban grooves star Enock ‘Nox’ Guni is seen here donating groceries to the Jairos Jiri Centre in Southerton, Harare. It’s been a busy week for the ‘Ndinonyara’ hitmaker who over the weekend won a Zimbabwe Music and Arts Awards (ZIMAA UK) award for Touring Artist of the Year.
A 19-year-old Zimbabwean woman, Fiona Sibanda who has been battling cancer died at the Bradford Infirmary Hospital in the UK. Fiona who was a student passed away while her father was in Zambia. Zimbabweans in the UK are now raising funds for the burial.
UK based Zimbabwean dancehall artist Jusa Dementor stole the limelight at this year’s Zimfest outdoor festival in London with his new song ‘Mahewu’. The 2000 plus crowd responded well to his clever Shona rhymes about the popular brew.
Wales, UK – A Zimbabwean woman is preparing to walk 22 miles without shoes to highlight the plight of women in her native Zimbabwe. Martha Musonza-Holman, 39, will walk from Brecon to Llanfoist along the canal in a bid to raise £5,000 for community projects. Mrs. Musonza-Holman, of New Court [...]
While most teens her age are either doing drugs or going out partying seventeen year old London girl Nathy’s Mussolo is appealing for help from corporate sponsors to help fund her charity trip to Morocco in a few days time. Mussolo is taking part in a World Challenge project to help remodel [...]