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Written by DFCP News, Wednesday 27 July 2016 10:55

IT is not so often that one writes such a letter without a definite plan on when and how to commit suicide. Yet at my advanced age, I feel there comes a time when one needs to face life with such bravery so as to accept the inevitable. I shall not live forever. I am moving slowly and carefully Read more

Written by ITV News , Wednesday 27 July 2016 10:32

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Written by Jeff Sango, Tuesday 26 July 2016 8:18

Funerals have become big and well celebrated events in Zimbabwe. A typical service will include provision of a coffin,food and transport service for mourners. The burden of mourning and begging is quickly lifted and relatives are left to have proper and dignified closure with their loved one. Our  provides cash within 24 hours of  submitting proof of death of a customer. One can then go on to buy all the services they want. They are not tied to one pro Read more

Written by Jeff Sango, Sunday 24 July 2016 6:54

It is a common phenomenon that whenever pockets of migrants settle in new areas within a host country, they start finding each other and morph into recognisable community groups. They recreate home by starting their own type of village model with clear hierarchical structures and observance of cultural events. Read more

Written by DFCP News | BBC, Friday 22 July 2016 11:36

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Written by Jeff Sango, Wednesday 20 July 2016 16:26

TRANSNATIONALISM is a phenomenon which refers to a community of people who migrate from one country to the other and because of links with the country of origin and new re Read more

Written by Jeff Sango, Wednesday 20 July 2016 14:59

IN this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes. Each one of us has, at some time, had to grapple with the challenges resulting from the death of a Read more

Written by Jeff Sango, Wednesday 20 July 2016 16:18

THE speed with which one’s remains are repatriated back home depends on several factors. The availability of funds and knowledge of the repatriation process are important. Read more

Written by Tose Gava, Wednesday 20 July 2016 14:41

IN my previous blog; Diaspora Death: Are You Covered? I sought to confront consequences of failure to plan for one’s end of life expenses due to a notional fib that death is a taboo subject. I cit Read more

Written by Tose Gava, Wednesday 20 July 2016 14:30

AS I sat down to write this blog, I am persuaded by two things; firstly, the desire to encourage dialogue in search of a lasting solution to the pain of bereaving and begging we continue to witness across diaspora communities and, secondly, my conviction that my small contribution may help one or two people change their fate.Confronted by the reality that diaspora death is an age old social ill that ha Read more