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Written by DFCP News - Lucia Dube, Wednesday 15 March 2017 12:08

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Written by Jeff Sango, Friday 3 March 2017 9:52

Diaspora challenges- power dynamics and negotiating space in families Read more


Written by Jeff Sango, Thursday 23 February 2017 5:39

THE conclusion sums it all. Be it a pastor preaching, an academic presenting a paper, the late Steve Jobs saying his last words on his death bed about the vanity of life, the conclusion sums it up. We could have been born in a poor family, struggled to attain education, got a good job or built a successful business, the end forms the last statement. As a people, we seem to have very short memories and, oftentimes, conveniently decide to remember the last thing. He was an academic Read more


Written by DFCP News, Tuesday 14 February 2017 13:59

Gillian Chikerema GoFundMe appeal ... MHSRIP. Please help: https://www.gofundme.com/gillianschildren Read more


Written by , Tuesday 14 February 2017 13:53

Timothy Siduna appeal! MHSRIP! Please help! Gofundme page : https://www.gofundme.com/our-hero-timothy-sidunaFamily statement: Timothy Siduna who was 39 years old, was the firstborn in a family of  5. Educated in Mpopoma High School Bulawayo Zimbabwe and Moulton College in Northampton UK, his mum and dad were missionaries. Read more


Written by NewZimbabwe.com, Wednesday 28 December 2016 17:42

PROMINENT UK-based media production expert Shadreck Rukweza has died. Rukweza was an experienced specialist in wedding, event and celebration video filming based in Birmingham, West Midlands. According to friends and relatives, Rukweza died of a suspected heart failure at his home in Birmingham. Born in 1975, the owner of Shaddy Media Production was a well-known person throughout the United Kingdom. β€œTragic to hear about the death of Shadreck Rukweza& Read more


Written by , Thursday 1 December 2016 14:10

Diaspora challenges continue to populate community media space within the Zambian diaspora community. Unfortunately, some of the Zambian diaspora community leaders are failing to rise up to the challenge. They continue to see the calls for funding thro Read more


Written by , Thursday 17 November 2016 13:15

Diaspora student challenges With an economy in free fall and most schools failing to get enough resources from the Zimbabwean government, many parents ,both at home and in the diaspora have taken a new route to ensure a decent education their children. Zimbabwe now has a sizeable number of students in foreign universities. Read more


Written by DFCP News, Tuesday 18 October 2016 13:50

Family message:Please forwardπŸ‘‡πŸ»πŸ‘‡πŸ»πŸ‘‡πŸ»πŸ‘‡πŸ»πŸ‘‡πŸ»πŸ‘‡πŸ»It is with great sadness that we come to you with news that Sithembiso Chilufya from Leicester, UK passed away morning of 15th of October 2016 after struggling with breast cancer for a longtime. All of her blood family and close relatives are back in Zimbabwe and South Africa. Due to the adverse economic situation we all are aware of, they can not afford to come or  send for the body of their belove Read more


Written by Tose Gava, Wednesday 12 October 2016 3:41

(This article was first Published in NewZimbabwe.com)In one of my previous pieces; Burial Societies – The Collapse Risks, I expressed my serious misgivings on family protection planning or lack of it ba Read more