The now-famous coronavirus also known as COVID-19 has wreaked havoc across the globe. More than 80 countries around the world have been affected, with 26 of those countries being from Africa. The situation is so bad that economists expert that the coronavirus impact on economic losses could hit 2.7 trillion dollars. Many industries have beenContinue reading “The effect of Coronavirus for online teachers from Africa”
That phenomenal event when we celebrate women is upon us once again. This day could not have passed without me writing something here simply because I’m a great fan of every woman out there! The African native teacher network has a billion reasons to celebrate women in their diversity, particularly, African women. WHY WE CELEBRATEContinue reading “International Women’s Day for Africa 2020”
Today I am going to share the interview i had with Kudaonline. it was such an Honor to be granted this interview.
Today, Saturday 22February, is Mother Language Day. I just thought i should quickly share my thoughts. I celebrate my own mother language which is Shona! It is a language widely spoken in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe is a country in sub Saharan Africa. About Eight million people speak this language. In Zimbabwe Shona is an official LanguageContinue reading “Mother language Day”