24 Jan

Alice in Tailor Land

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
Imagine a young teenage girl in a maize farm under the scorching heat of the sun, sweating profusely as she repeatedly thrusts her hoe against the dry ground to make ridges. The heat is intense and every.
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10 Jan

Into the Wild, Armed with a Bible

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
Spreading the gospel does not simply end with a sermon at the pulpit within a church building. It is more than that. It requires walking out of the church and into the outside world, away from one’s.
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19 Dec

From nothing to a skilled carpenter

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
“What to do after my secondary school?” was the question that bothered Funiro, a young man in his early 20s. To some, the immediate and most obvious answer to that question would be “go to college”.
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01 Dec

Financing Business Ambitions

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
He proudly stands in the middle of his garden, looking at the beautiful tender green cabbages, with a pleased look on his face. The garden he is scouting is about a quarter acre big. Although the cabbages.
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21 Nov

Weep not Butoto

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
20 January 2015. The date will forever haunt Butoto Yoweli, a refugee from DR Congo and a mother of eight children. The day brings unpleasant memories so deep and painful that tears stream down her sad eyes.
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06 Nov

Back to School after 2 Years

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
It was a cloudy Tuesday afternoon and the time was around 2 O’clock. Bridget was going back home from school not because she had knocked off but because she was not allowed to attend classes. Her tuition.
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