Zimbabwe: Voices from the deep end

The Minority indigenous San people of Zimbabwe are living lives of poverty in the outer edges of society. They are being faced with serious adaptation problems.
Located about 220km from the nearest town, the San people are not recognised, their acenstral land has been taken over by cattle herding tribes and the Hwange National Park. The project seeks to create platforms where the San could be able to articulate issues affecting them.

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  • Irene Dube

    Dear Davy, Thank you for your proposal. I live in the same country with you and you are already opening my eyes. Go ahead and let us hear the San story in their words and have our consciences pricked for positive action. A community Radio station is a good starting point. You might need to add literacy skills before moving up the communication ladder.Irene Dube Development and Finance Institute For Rural Women Trust

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