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Life and Times of Sheryl C. Tendai

For Zimbabweans of my age, growing up in Zimbabwe has been surreal having gone through the best times and having experienced or heard stories of the worst times. Born and bred in Harare, I come from a family of 9 and being the only girl as my, i began my education in 1999 at Zengeza Primary School in Zengeza 2 in Chitungwiza at the age of 6. In 2006, I proceeded to Rukweza Secondary School in Mutungagore High School in 2007 having attained 6 points but only attended the 1st term and had to stop going to school from then till 1st term the following year because schools had been closed down due to the economic meltdown
My mother, Muchaneta Agnes Chigwedere is aged 55 years and a renowned farmer back at our 2 acre family land in Nyazura in Makoni Central, Manicaland approximately 3.5 hours by public means from Harare commonly known as combis costing about $12. She farms maize both for subsistence and commercial purposes and while not at the farm, she is in Chitungwiza, Harare. Here she is…