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Kirsty Coventry 15h
Zimbabwe is being proudly represented in Los Angeles at the Pan African Film Festival. Our very own and are showing the world what we can do with our talent. Well done to every person involved and thank you.
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Kirsty Coventry 21h
Dance to the beat of your own drum; whether the world likes your rhythmic movements or not. Matshona Dhliwayo (💃🎼🎤🕺🏻Indosakusa The Morning Star - Bulawayo 2019)
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 17
The Ambassador @TimoOlkkonenalso said the EU will soon provide more funding for in Zimbabwe. Thank you for your partnership 🙏🇿🇼🇪🇺
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 17
There is greatness in you. Don’t let anyone weaken that.
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 17
Replying to @KirstyCoventry
We will be modernizing the curriculum to include technology, solar, and financial literacy training. When our young men and women graduate they also need the tools necessary to create business plans, fund raise and start their own businesses.
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 17
Replying to @KirstyCoventry
The courses run from 1 year to up to 3 years and include Agriculture, carpentry, electrical, cosmetology, textiles, hospitality to name a few.
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 17
Did you know that Zimbabwe has 50+ Vocational Training Centres (VTCs) throughout the country. Many of them in rural areas where we provide opportunities to youth by teaching them skills so they can get jobs or start their own businesses. We are updating & modernizing the courses.
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 16
I watched some basketball in Dzivarasekwa on Saturday. It reminded me of the : Friendship, Respect and Excellence. Sport brings communities together and since this is an Olympic year I’d like to encourage all of us to harness the humility and power of these values.
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 14
Listening to our legend, Oliver Mtukudzi, on the way to work this morning. One of the last conversations I had with him was about Zimbabwe’s National Identity and how our Art in all its forms would elevate who we are. We shared many things. Miss you Tuku. 🎶🎶🎶
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 14
Replying to @GvanMontfort
Lets make it happen
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 14
Thank you for this. I have always thrived on proving that I can do it so all criticism is positive. No one will ever be as critical of myself as me. 1. I do the work 2. I reflect 3. I hold myself accountable 4. I achieve results.
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 14
The model to employ youth from the community we work in, and sourcing materials from local businesses in these communities, should be copied throughout Zimbabwe. Thank you and for your incredible support.
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 13
One of the earliest lessons I learnt as an athlete is that success is not singular but is the collective result of an excellent and dedicated team.
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 13
2 English teams tour as relations thaw | The Herald
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 13
Thank you to all our presenters, broadcasters, DJs, journalists and your support networks for bringing us together by sharing Happiness, Education, Passion, Talent and Love.
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YouthConnekt Africa Hub & Fund Feb 13
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 12
For every out there: You are stronger than you know and your strength can move mountains. Everything we do now has greater meaning and a higher purpose. It is possible. Make it so. ❤️
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 11
Sometimes the biggest differences are made on the road less travelled.
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Kirsty Coventry Feb 10
Art keeps our Culture alive, and these children at Murehwa Arts Centre are leading by example. We have hidden gems throughout Zimbabwe that must be unearthed, polished and shown to the World.
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President of Zimbabwe Dec 1
Launching the National Arts, Culture and Heritage Policy in Bulawayo, I endorsed the idea of Bulawayo becoming our National Cultural Capital. The arts have a big role to play in promoting unity and harmony, and they will always have the support of this government.
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