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Tendai Mukomberanwa (born 1974) is a Zimbabwean sculptor. The son of Grace Mukomberanwa and Nicholas Mukomberanwa, Tendai worked with his father from age 10 in his early childhood days. His artwork has been sold and exhibited worldwide. He continues sculpting at the family studios in Ruwa. CAREER Tendai began sculpting …

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HENRY MCKOP Zimbabwe Footballer

Henry McKop (born 8 July 1967 in Zimbabwe) is a retired football defender. During his club career, Mckop played for Zimbabwe Saints, Bonner SC, Bristol City, Shelbourne, Vorwärts Steyr, Mamelodi Sundowns, Spartak Pretoria, Wits University and AmaZulu. He also played for the Zimbabwe national football team

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HELEN VOLK Zimbabwe field hockey player

elen Volk (born March 29, 1954) is a former field hockey player from Zimbabwe, who was a member of the national team that won the gold medal at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow. Because of the boycott of the United States and other countries, only one team was available …

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GENIUS CHIDZIKWE Zimbabwe Tennis player

Genius Chidzikwe (born August 3, 1979) is a former Zimbabwean professional tennis player, who played mainly on the ITF Futures tournaments. In the 2005 Davis Cup he played against future world number one tennis player 17-year-old Novak Djokovic and lost 4–6, 0–6, 4–6. SINGLES TITLES Legend (Singles) Grand Slam (0) …

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BORDER GEZI Zimbabwe politician

Border Gezi (December 17, 1964 – April 28, 2001) was a Zimbabwean politician. He was a close ally of Robert Mugabe within ZANU-PF and served as Minister for Gender, Youth and Employment from 2000 having previously been a provincial governor. Gezi was brought up in Mvurwi and attended Holy Rosary …

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EVANS CHIKWAIKWAI Zimbabwe footballer

Evans Chikwaikwai (born 14 August 1985 in Rusape’s Vengere Township) is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays as striker for Bidvest Wits in the South African Premier Soccer League. CAREER In 2008 he was named Zimbabwean Soccer Star of the Year. Chikwaikwai also won the golden boot award.He attended Vengere Primary …

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ERIC MOYO Zimbabwe musicians

Eric Moyo (born 1982, Zimbabwe) is a Zimbabwean singer and the first ever winner of Idols East Africa a version of the Idol series. As part of the recording contract, Moyo is also assured of US$25,000 in guaranteed album sales from the telecompany Celtel. He also won a 42-inch LG …

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Ennica Mukomberanwa (born 1978) is a Zimbabwean sculptor. The daughter of Grace Mukomberanwa and Nicholas Mukomberanwa, she was trained by the first generation of sculptures. Her work is exhibited in private collections and at galleries around the world. She is an award winning Third generation Zimbabwean sculptor. In 2004, she …

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PETINA GAPPAH Zimbabwe writer

Petina Gappah (born 1971) is a Zimbabwean lawyer and writer. She writes in English, though she also draws on Shona, her first language. BIOGRAPHY Petina Gappah was born in Zambia, in Copperbelt Province. She has said: “My father, like many skilled black workers who could not get jobs in segregated …

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