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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Helps A UFC Fighter, Who Once Had $7 In His Bank Account, Become A Homeowner

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has supported a Zimbabwean native in his dream to become a champion fighter.

Ngozi Nwanji

Aug 7, 2023

This Scholar Made History As The Youngest Person To Earn A Ph.D. In Africa — Now, She's Teaching The Next Generation

While she’s only in her twenties, this Zimbabwean scholar isn’t letting it stop her from making historic wins. Meet Africa's youngest female PhD graduate. Dr Musawenkosi “Musa” Saurombe receives PhD in Industrial Psychology in SA. She's only 23! 🙌🏾🎓❤️ — Ulrich Janse van Vuuren (@UlrichJvV) August 31, 2017

Ngozi Nwanji

Sep 23, 2022

Strive Masiyiwa Net Worth: Here's What Britain's First Black Billionaire Is Up To As A Coronavirus Envoy

While the name Strive Masiyiwa may not ring immediate bells, he’s one of the best-known men on the African continent. The London-based Zimbabwean billionaire, who is the founder of Econet Global, has been making headlines all over the world as a so-called “coronavirus envoy.” He’s been holding local and regional governments to account for their failure to produce the life-saving vaccines, and he’s been dragging Covax — created by the World Health Organization to deliver the COVID-19 vaccines to so-called “developing countries” — by its collective neck for their continued failure to deliver on their promises. Let’s break down everything we know about this businessman and philanthropist, and get a better understanding of why his work is so vital. Strive Masiyiwa Net Worth 2021: A Full Breakdown Considered one of the richest men in Africa, and Britain’s first Black billionaire, Strive Masiyiwa has a net worth of $1.6 billion USD, according to Forbes Magazine. Most of his assets come...

Zimbabwe Authorizes Herbal Treatment for COVID-19

Medical researchers and health officials are working hard to find a vast solution to calm the COVID-19 pandemic. As opposed to traditional medical resolutions and vaccines people are expecting to be developed, South African country, Zimbabwe, is proposing to pivot toward herbal treatments to end the deadly virus. The government of Zimbabwe has authorized herbalists to treat coronavirus patients, however, medical experts still encourage them to stick to WHO guidelines. In recent years, their traditional treatments and herbal remedies have garnered more attention from researchers in science, as reported by Face2Face Africa . On Monday, Zimbabwe’s Ministry of Health delivered a letter to the head of the country’s main COVID-19 treatment center, urging them to reconsider using an herbalist to treat patients. According to a VOA report , this herbalist may have a cure for the virus. Tribert Chishanyu, the president of Zimbabwe Traditional Practitioners Association, is happy that the...

Njera Perkins

Apr 9, 2020