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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Munyaradzi Muzenda is the Director of Africa Speaks, an organization which will celebrate it's 10th anniversary on October 27th this year and is located in MaronderaZimbabwe, a town of about 100,000 residents.

See video within article below.

"Many African young people are found roaming in the streets despite having completed their formal education. Others have no means of gaining formal education, as such, the educated without employment and the uneducated without employment forms a greater part of Zimbabwe, SADC and the African’s population. These eventually turn to various illegitimate and sometimes illegal activities in search of live hood, for lack of nothing better to do and in the hope of achieving something at the end of the day. As a result of this, many young people are prone to ill behavior which consequently affects their well being in terms of health, social status, and potential to become a better person with much to offer to Africa."
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Africa Speaks has set a goal to shape the next generation of entreprenuers in agriculture where they will work to become stakeholders land offered to Africa Speaks by the Municipality of Marondera. We look forward to learning more about Munya and Africa Speaks.

We are equally excited to extend a warm welcome to Munya as an official contributor of Over Troubled Water.  He has been designated as our official African Griot.  He is a great African storyteller.  In addition to storytelling, Munya will help us accomplish the following goals of Over Troubled Water:

1.  He will share the artwork of the youth of Zimbabwe and interpret it for us.

2. He will contribute stories on video to Over Troubled Water.

3.  He will share videos of historical landmarks and significant places in Zimbabwe and other regions.

4.  He will help us understand how to conduct genealogy research in Africa as well as teach us the importance of names in Africa using articles and video.

I had a great planning meeting with Munya today, and he will tell is first story on our Blog Talk Radio Show tonight at 8pm Eastern:  Over Troubled Water.  You will not want to miss it!

UPDATE: Great show last night! Listen below!
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