Despite being a child bride and having three children by 18, Tererai Trent's hard work and belief in her dreams earned her several degrees, and a prominent global platform with world leaders and international businesses and audiences.
Academic Honoured with Life-Size Statue in U.S.
The Herald, 9 May 2019
Zimbabwe-born academic Dr Tererai Trent, who is based in the United States, has been named among the World's Top 10 Most Inspiring Women "Sculpted for Equal Rights" and will have… Read more »
Dr Tererai Trent honoured in U.S..
Author, Activist and Educator - Dr Tererai Trent
Statues for Equality, 15 May 2019
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When 'Buried' Hopes Germinate
The Herald, 2 April 2010
ONE Elaine Maxwell once said: "My will shall shape the future. Whether I fail or succeed shall be no man's doing but my own. I am the force; I can clear any obstacle before me or I… Read more »
The School That Oprah Built in Karoi
Zimbabwe Standard, 8 February 2015
For many years, a run-down Matau Primary School was struggling to keep its doors open in a tiny village called Zvipani in Karoi -- north east of Zimbabwe. Read more »
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