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LIVE TALK WE AMBUSHED PEEPS WITH A GOOD QUESTION TO SEE HOW THEY RESPOND.

WhY is dad your superhero? “My dad my inspirational, God’s greatest gift who reminds me to stand when the doors of the world seem dark and cold. He’s my super-hero who helped me realise that being in a male dominated society, i can still shine as a woman. ” Comfort Tamanda Mtotha : (Research Fellow At The Centre For Humanities Research & Tutor In The History Department- Malawi. Works as a Researcher in Ethnography in the Department of Culture, Museums of Malawi

“My Dad is my super hero because he inspires me with basic life values and strive each day to give his family a better life.” Ms. Heanneah S. Farwenee -Liberia (M.ed –University of Botswana):

“My dad is a superhero because he ensured that I got the best education” Nokukhanya Mhlanga, NUST - Zimbabwe

“My dad puts me first before anything and everything. He is that loving and supportive of me. He is therefore my super hero!!” Livhuwani Mulaudzi, South Africa:

“My dad is my hero because he raised me up to believe in the beauty of my dreams.And also he has my back. All the time” Kudszai Mwanza, NUST - Zimbabwe

“He is the brand that is trending and selling the most in my life....” Bernis Che Nchang, Cameroon

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Campus Moments June 2016  

Cover Issue: Tinashe Makuti and his panacea for loose morals and poor character in youthful millennials, The #EffectiveTeen | Focus: How to...

Campus Moments June 2016  

Cover Issue: Tinashe Makuti and his panacea for loose morals and poor character in youthful millennials, The #EffectiveTeen | Focus: How to...

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