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Address4th Floor Social Security Centre
Corner Second Street/Julius Nyerere Way
Phonelocal: (04) 250.025
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Web sitehttp://www.zw.emb-japan.go.jp/

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Moses Shumba (Beer Lahai Roi Limited
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 02:39 EST
Request for a small mini Bus to assist the Homeless in Chimanimani
My name is Moses Shumba the Director of Beer Lahai Roi Limited Registered in the United Kingdom.I have since decided to relocate to Zimbabwe Chimanimani which is my birth place. I run this Organization from my own funding and at the moment we are desperately in need of a 15 to 20 seater minibus so that I would be able to ferry the Homeless from one point to another. I can be contacted on Zimbabwe mobile number 0785093816 or on email mosesshumba2160@gmail.com.At the moment transport is our main obstacle since I am spending all what I had on building dormitories. Thank you and God Bless you. Moses Shumba
Wed, 15 Aug 2018 06:30 EDT
I'm Ronald Mutenda residing in Marondera and have a Japanese Language Diploma. I do speak and teach Japanese language to private individuals around the country. I studied Japanese language, Economics and Christianity Theologies, in Japan for 8 years. I am looking for a job at your offices and if you want to have a look at my CVs I will send them to you.
Thanks for your consideration.
Phone Number: 0784928824
Email Add : ronaldmutenda60@gmail.com
Wisdom Nemashapa
Wed, 8 Aug 2018 13:14 EDT
scholarship search for undergraduate study
i'd like to get informed of the scholarships that japan is going give for zimbabwean students.
Foster Msipah
Sat, 14 Apr 2018 07:14 EDT
Contact email to the Ambassador of Zimbabwe to Japan
I am a father of a son who wants to study on SOUND ENGINEERING in Japan. Ineed to contact the Emabssy of Zimbabwe to Japan for advise. May Iplease have the channel of communication. I have once or twice tried to email the Ambassador but could not get through. My email address is fostermsipah636@gmail.com Cell number +27749085659
Wed, 4 Apr 2018 08:47 EDT
My name is Tanatswa Taibu. I am a student at Africa University in Mutare Zimbabwe. I'm looking for a 2 months internship during my vacation from mid May until August . I want this internship for adding experience because I'm doing a BA in International Relations. Contacts 0779223029, / taibujoseph@gmail.com
Tawedzerwa Madanire
Mon, 25 Dec 2017 08:58 EST
Searching for a Scholarship
Iam a holder of bsc degree in music and musicology looking for a scholarship to do masters degree in music education,music therapy,musical sound or research on cultural music
Tatenda Hlavati
Mon, 25 Dec 2017 08:47 EST
Searching for a Scholarship
I am looking for a scholarship to study pharmacy. I have 13 points at Advanced level doing Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
Contact: 0774079721, 0774518428
Email : tatenda594@gmail.com
Muza Pride P
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 06:40 EST
application for MEXT scholarship
Iam a man aged 34 and currently teaching at secondary level in Zimbabwe but i wish to study vocational technical education in japan and learn the japanese language. Kindly contact me on pridemuza@gmail.com. or 0774431975
looking forward to hearing from you
Josephine Manomano
Fri, 20 Oct 2017 00:48 EDT
Application for a used car donation
Agricultural Support Network(PVO 7/2017) started way back in 2009 as a Community Basesd Organization, and it was registered in July 2017 as a PVO. We are appealing for a used car donation from your organization to cover the distances during the implementation of our programs in poor remote areas in Zimbabwe.
In solidarity,
Agricultural Support Network.
Email: supportwork.agriculture@gmail.com
Tue, 11 Apr 2017 07:34 EDT
"Poverty Eradication to Children Living on the Streets of Masvingo through Music"
Africa Musical Arts Centre is a grouping of music people in Africa. It started a project in Masvingo, Poverty eradication on children who live on the streets by imparting music playing skills to the street children. The approach is taking a dimension of giving skills rather not gifts, handouts or coins the children living on the streets. We started with 6 mbira and 2 box guitars. The children are now able to play some few tunes. The children are now developing strong interest to the project. They are five focal people helping these kids. However we are now appealing help in Music Instruments like Keyboards, Marimba, recorders, trumpets, drum set and guitars. We have already decided to donate our time and skills to the project. Amongst ourselves we have different music specialist and we are aiming to give value to these children who are living on the streets. We are also having a record of these kids so that as we progress we are aiming to retracing and reconnecting them with their respective communities. Our worry is a number of projects have been done with special emphasis on getting the number or statistics of these children or getting to know why are they on the streets which I am sure at this point a lot now know it is mainly poverty and weakened homes, socially, economically, emotionally and physically. The main agenda of our project is to give some life skills and provide primary socialisation to these children living on the streets.
1) Magwati Phineas (Music Lecturer at a local teachers` college)
2) Dunmore Jamanda ( Music teacher)
3) Muzvidziwa Bendictor (Music teacher)
4) Lecture Freddy Changundenga (Composer of Zimbabwe Music National Anthem)
5) Dr Rutsate Jerry(Music Lecturer at a Local

Contact details

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