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pelamutunzi's Journal

sunshine city without a shine: the story of the woman

I had waited anxiously the whole day to go and see the woman who had helped the woman and her child and as I got closer to the woman’s address I was feeling frightnened and weak. … Read More»

the power of worldpulse

forgive me if I sound like the typical girl next door gushing and getting super excited about worldpulse. this may sound like a cliché but "worldpulse rocks". … Read More»

how do we know the final 30?

hi guys. i have been checking my email and journal continuasly for the final 30 correspondents. the wait is fulfilling and a thinking process guess i needed it. … Read More»

Vof 2013 a walk to remember

Salute for the 2013 applicants who shared their lives with the world.they gave and we all became a close family. I wil never forget the powerful personal stories, of voices that wil not be silenced. … Read More»

little light, lighting big torches and burning brightest

In my early years I didn’t question anything. I was told to behave and act like a girl and soon began to sense that being a girl was burdensome. … Read More»

He didn’t have to go, he didnt have to go NO he didnt have to go.............

My sister’s baby was born after a difficult labour that ended in a caesarean operation. Her waters burst and for over 48 hours nothing happened and the nurses where just waiting for normal labour. … Read More»

Of “small” houses

“Small” houses or more commonly “smell” houses (so called by many because they are disgusting and unorthodox) have become a hot topic for discussions in zimbabwe with many calling for their end . … Read More»

to my dear sisters

Never take for granted the power of your voice and words because they have the power to build or to destroy. You are blessed, full of life and vitality. … Read More»

your girl did it mama

Going to school was a given for me since my mother knew the value of education. It was difficult seeing children my age stay at home and then getting married without qualifications. … Read More»

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