This is a Shona song whose storyline is the cry of the Zimbawean mother or parents rather. Due to the economic crisis amongst many problems, the people of Zimbabwe the youth in particular have been forced to relocate and move either West or East of the world and South Africa mainly.
They find themselves at the mercy of racism, abuse of all sorts and the most heartbreaking xenophobia from our South African brothers who seem to have forgotten so quickly that our people also fought for the liberation of their country and that our Zimbabwe was a hiding and survival place for their people during their war of liberation.
The parents are heartbroken at how poverty has separated them from their children.And live in constant fear for their childrens lives as they know the danger their lives in by just virtue of being foreigners in other countries. The parents turn to religion and God for comfort and they cry that they had hoped an angel would come to the rescue of their people but none seems to be coming. Hope sooner than later Zimbabweans will realise that no help is coming they are their own rescue plan. And that eventually the excellence of every single Zimbabwean combined with the right dosage of patriotism becomes the excellence of a nation. Love you Zimbabwe
#zim #weallblack #africa #africasfuture #black #melanin #blackskillingit #tomorrowland #struggle #patriotic #onelove #winkyd #zimcelebs #ngirozi
Multicultural & Biodiversity
Preparing : Exhibition first Solo
New York /Paris /Moscow/UK & Africa
What happens after being a tutor at AIMS for 1 year?
There is no set path, but let's look at the journey of our very own AIMS Family member Martha N. Kamkuemah. Prior to being a tutor at AIMS South Africa she worked as an Analyst Programmer for the Namibia Power Corporation. Now she is a PhD student with Stellenbosch University. Her research is on the specification and analysis of security loopholes in information systems. She also works part-time as a Data Scientist for Ixio Analytics, and teaches Python programming to the AIMS Structured Masters students. In February she presented a #JournalClub
talk on "The net of devices using TCP". #powerhouse #AIMSFamily #africasfuture
Because god is a dancer 😊😍
Do you want to study at AIMS?
Applications for the AIMS Master's 2018-2019 are now OPEN!
We celebrated International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2018 by thinking about how we’ve broken boundaries - #breakingboundaries
...Every member of the AIMS Family had to break boundaries to get to AIMS. What’s your #breakingboundaries
story or word?
Not planing for #teaching
, planning for #learning
A huge shout-out to our Schools Enrichment Centre - #AIMSSEC
for their great work during January at their MT28 (Mathematical Thinking Course)! #teachertraining
Hey YOU! It’s Monday and the first thing on your to-do list should be to join our mailing list now!! Let’s go. 💥💥💥
Waiting for 2018 like...'We Ready!' #AFRICAsFuture
shining too bright!!!🌞 Im grateful for those of you who keep me laughing right deep in my heart. Those who bring me peace and help me to rest. Those who inspire me to keep dreaming. Those who offer me full acceptance, welcoming me as I am. Those who are growing with me. I am wealthy because of you!
Its been a beautiful year...tough as hell...but full, enriching, and graceful. I am full. I am grateful.
I suspect its gonna be another year of planting and hard, hard work...but we gonna be planting new fields because those fields we have been planting all these years are now bearing fruits and will continue to do so.Delivery is gonna be on another level. Impact is gonna be multiplied.
My wish for you in 2018 is excellence, dedication, focus, wealth in its full sense, impact, abundance, love, joy, and loads of dancing!
My destination 2018? Nigeria Im comimg for you...!💃💃💃 1st quarter of the year is fully booked already.👀👀 Africa's new tribe is rising. R u in?
Bottom line, GOD will be glorified all the way from Monday to Sunday!
Waiting for 2018 like...'We Ready!' #AFRICAsFuture
shining too bright!!!🌞 So I am doing my version of a gratitude journal - counting my blessings as I end the year. I started off making a list of my best food experiences by country (foodie🙈). Ive counted 30 countries so far and im not done yet (Has rural girl been to.more than 30 countries 😲😲👀👀?). Im also going to do my favourite memories by city. Thats going to be a long list!
But you know what? My longest list will have the names of people! Ill thank God for each and everyone of you that have impacted my life. Ill be calling you by name darling😍... by catergory...listing those who take time to comment & wish me well; those who have sent a birthday wish or a word of encouragement at one point or another. Those who have showered me with gifts (u r so appreciated😍!) I'll thank God for those who call to check up on me (u guys are cooler than cool😍).
Those, who pray for me even when I dont know it; those who speak on my behalf even when I am not there... those who stand in the gap when things fall apart...those who chose to be present, solid and trustworthy in my life. You are the real ninjas.
Those who challenge me, inspire me, push me. Those of you who honour me as bosslady despite my imperfections (gosh!!!🤣) Those who walk with me as Comrades of the Cause - creating #AfricasNewTribe
.Those of you who choose me as a teacher and mentor. Those of you who choose me as a student and mentee. Those who inspire me. Those who open doors. Those who keep them doors open until I am ready to walk through. Those who push me through the doors even when I think Im not ready. Those who are watching from a distance, quietly never saying a word, but wishing me well in their hearts. Those who have the good sense to exit out of my life when you realise you no longer have anything to contribute - you are wise! (Part 2 next post...)
Throwback to not so long ago... You all made my YALI experience awesome and worthwhile. Learnt a lot from everyone... Also feels real great to know I have family in 9 countries in Africa 😍😍😍
If we were to do this again, I would still do it with you guys.
Missing you all a whole lot 😥😥 A very big thank you to former US President, Barack Obama for this initiative and to the partners - MasterCard foundation, Lagos Business School, GIMPA, ASCON... Let's contribute our quota to the development of Mama Africa. Each one, reach one. Think global, act local... #YALIRLCNC3
Secure your Future, Secure your Bar. ANYBODY can Run Down. | AT ALL is ah chune. Stream it now on all major online platforms Click link in Bio #Africasfuture
Earlier today I addressed a group of adolescent girls at White Dove Girls School Kigali. The girls were eager to graduate and travel abroad, away from the continent. I had a frank conversation with them about their role in builiding the Africa we want.
You are an important piece of the puzzle in building the African continent. Africa needs you!
This was the core of our message to the girls at the White Dove Girls School Kigali this afternoon.
We thank our friends at @imagineiwr
Kigali for giving us the opportunity to meet and interact with these strong sisters.
#PledgeforGirls #girlleadhubnetwork #Kigali #AfricasFuture #AfricaFirst