Young Mutapa

By Rhoda Molife rhoda@houseofmutapa.com Benjamin Hamandishe was born in 1995 in Mutoko, Zimbabwe and grew up in Harare. After grade 3 at Courtney Selous Primary School he moved with his family to the UK in 2003 before returning back after two years; he then completed primary and high school at Midlands Christian...
Vonayi Nyamazana, also known as the Dreams  Midwife, is the founder of Inspired Khaya, a platform dedicated to transforming lives for influence. Multi-talented, determined and passionate about dreaming and attaining Kingdom success, Vonayi’s mission is to inspire and empower other women to stretch themselves, to break down barriers and...
The field of nanoscience is one that has the potential to improve the lives of millions across the globe with innovative technological products. One of the leading South Africans in this area is Dr Zikhona Tywabi-Ngeva. Zikhona is a lecturer in chemistry at Nelson Mandela University as well as...

EDITORIAL

Welcome to the March 2020 issue of HoM. I’ll be honest and say that this has been a somewhat tough one for the team to get done. Just as we were building up the hype and excitement amongst us, as we do every month – about the cover, the features,...
ByGodwin Chirekagodwin@houseofmutapa.com This month be inspired by our Young Mutapa,Tanyaradzwa Shekede. The fact that she findsherself in Zimbabwe at a particularly difficulttime for our country has not extinguished butinstead fanned her flames. She is so focused anddetermined to succeed and makes no excuses atall. This is one young lady not...
It’s unusual to find a girl, especially an Africangirl, pursuing a sporting career in a male-dominateddiscipline and doing so well. Zimbabwean Tanya Muzinda, 15, is one such unique girl who hastaken the field of motocross by storm. She startedracing at the tender age of five under the guidanceof and...
Our first feature is Tapiwanashe Mutsimba, 22, a model and philanthropist based in Zimbabwe. What he has achieved so far in a depressed economy shows an unmatched tenacity. It also sends a message to others no matter where they are, that one of the secrets to success, however you define it, is to grab opportunities…and give. by Godwin...
Africans have rich knowledge systems that have stayed for centuries and is, in most cases, passed on to the next generations through word of mouth. Recently on a South African Airways flight from Harare to OR Tambo I had the fortune of coming into contact with the wisdom of...
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