Category Zimbabwe

Success Story from Zimbabwe: Kelvin Mutize, Supporting and Promoting Africa and Africans

Kelvin “Terminator” Tinashe Mutize was born on November 24, 1986 in Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe. The oldest of three children, Kelvin and his brothers Mallvine and Victor, witnessed their parents helping and caring for others from the earliest age. The Mutize home was constantly full, because people were always being invited in if […]

Success Story from Zimbabwe: Morris “Lordmore Karanda” Kakunguwo Supports Youth Football

Morris “Lordmore Karanda” Kakunguwo was born in 1972 in Mt. Darwin, around 200 kilometers (124 miles) north of Zimbabwe’s capital city of Harare. He was the youngest of seven children. Morris’ father, Frank Kakunguwo, the Pastor of a mission school, was shot to death during Zimbabwe’s War of Liberation when Morris was only two years […]

Success Story from Zimbabwe: Thomas Mapfumo’s Revolutionary Music

Thomas Tafirenyika Mapfumo was born in Marondera in 1945, a town southeast of the capital city of Salisbury (now Harare) in what was then the British colony of Rhodesia. He was raised surrounded by farms, forests, and markets for timber, tobacco, corn, dairy products, and beef. When Thomas was just ten years old, his family […]

Success Story from Zimbabwe: Strive Masiyiwa Supports Education

Strive Masiyiwa was born in Southern Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe, in 1961. He attended primary school in Zambia, completed his secondary education in Scotland, and obtained a degree in electrical engineering in Wales. In 1984 he returned to Zimbabwe and set up an electrical engineering business, which by 1989 was quite large and successful. With the […]