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... center. In a few years we hope that these trees will provide the security and privacy that we want but also an encouraging space for all.
Around 11am, Sam, Zania, Taurai and I left the center for Harare. Samara’s long time friend (Mudita) was coming from London therefore we had to go and pick her up. As I drove into Harare so many more memories and familiar sights came back to me. We grabbed a few bits in the Spar ...
... God has been good to us). We saw the beautiful Jacaranda trees in full purple bloom along with some very colorful Buganvia vines. There are numerous ones outside our window adding color to the view.
We had reserved rooms for ourselves for the 2 nights, and 2 more rooms for Saturday Night. One for elder Mike Mukarati whose wife Primrose died last month, and one for deacon Mombasa Chinchaya and his ...
... wild. They were either orphaned as babies or had sustained injuries. As he spoke, our driver navigated the bus over to the elephant section of the park. We were going to meet two of the resident elephants up close and personal! We got off the bus and were greeted by the two huge pachyderms, a male and a female. And wow they were huge! As our group formed a semicircle a few yards from the elephants, Gordon told us their individual ...
... with our confirmed schedule of excursions. Our first day out would be to go to the Zimbabwe Branch Facility and the Harare Assembly Hall, two locations.
We boarded our bus with about 40 fellow Witnesses and a local brother and his wife as our hosts. We headed to the branch about 20 minutes away on the outskirts of the city. For those who don't know, a branch is a facility with several buildings - offices and dormitories. There are multiple branches ...
... to pay up to $100,000 per kilogram of horn, making it more expensive than gold, platinum or cocaine. The issue with the regulation approach can be reduced to supply and demand- any legalisation is likely to result in the market being flooded, dramatically lowering the price of the already in-demand product. The education approach is similarly dubious- how easy is it to change cultural beliefs held for hundreds of years? Not particularly simple, given ...