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Nicole Lewin Zimbabwe visual artist

Nicole Lewin ( Zimbabwe , 1957 ) is a visual artist who partially spent her childhood in Paris . Lewin studied in London as an interior designer . Lewin’s oeuvre includes paintings, films, photos and designs. Lewin was one of ten photographers (with among others Arie Kievit and Stephan Vanfleteren ) …

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Amos Supuni Zimbabwe sculptor

Amos Supuni (Malawi, 1970 – Mozambique, December 2008) is a sculptor from Zimbabwe. Biography The parents of Supuni moved to Zimbabwe when he was two months old. In 1989 Supuni joined a catholic youth group in Tafara, just outside Harare, where he got lessons in sculpture from Tapfuma Gutsa. The …

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Mai Chaza Zimbabwe faith healer

Mai Chaza (1914 – 26 December 1960) was a Zimbabwean church leader and prophetess who broke away from the Methodist Church in the 1950s to found her own movement, Guta raJehovah (City of God), which was also known as the “Mai Chaza Church”. Biography Early life and beginning of prophetic …

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Brian Kasinda Zimbabwe male sprinter

Brian Kasinda (born 31 December 1997) is a Zambian sprinter. He competed in the 60 metres at the 2016 IAAF World Indoor Championships without advancing from the first round. Competition record Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes Representing  Zambia 2013 African Youth Championships Warri, Nigeria 7th 100 m 11.45 5th …

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Thomas Zondo Sakala Zimbabwe economist

Thomas Zondo Sakala (born 3 March 1955) is an experienced Zimbabwean economist and development banker. He is the former Vice-President of the African Development Bank in charge of Country and Regional Programmes (as of October 2014). He was the SADC nominee for the Presidency of the African Development Bank (AfDB) …

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Graham Williamson Zimbabwe Botanist and dentist

Graham Keith Williamson is a long-time political activist in the United Kingdom, having been active at the top levels of various far right groups including the National Front, the Third Way and Solidarity. Most recently, he is a leading member of the National Liberal Party which contested the 2014 European …

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Christopher Mlalazi Zimbabwe writer

Christopher Mlalazi (born 1970 in Bulawayo ) is a Zimbabwean writer. Life  Christopher Mlalazi writes short stories, novels and plays. He received several literary awards and scholarships. 2010 he was “Feuchtwanger Fellow” of the Villa Aurora in Los Angeles , 2011 Scholarship at the Nordiska Afrikainstitutet in Uppsala . In 2012/13 …

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