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  • Jun

    13

    2018

    U.K Prime Minister awards outstanding Zimbabwean philanthropists

    The Prime Minister has today, 13th June, recognised Tsitsi and Strive Masiyiwa, from Zimbabwe, for their exceptional voluntary service providing education to underprivileged children. Tsitsi and Strive founded ‘Higherlife Foundation’ in 1996, a non-profit organisation that is investing in Africa’s future

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  • Nov

    14

    2016

    2016 Morehouse College (U.S.A) Graduation

    Introduction by Dr. John Silvanus Wilson, President of Morehouse College

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  • Sep

    15

    2016

    My Experiences at Yale Young Africa Scholars Programme

    When I applied for the Yale Young Africa Scholars Program I didn’t know what it was about and neither did my schoolmates whom I applied with.

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  • Jun

    18

    2016

    Higherlife Foundation celebrates 20yrs of impacting lives #hlfAt20 (Part 4)

    Over the past 20 years the foundation has worked in ‪‎African‬ communities impacting lives through ‪#education‬, ‪‎health‬ and psycho-social support.

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  • Jun

    13

    2016

    Simba Education meets the Higherlife Foundation

    On the 27th of May 2016, the team from Simba Education visited the Higherlife Foundation head office in Harare.

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  • May

    10

    2016

    The journey to morehouse, celebrating our boys’ success!

    The Journey to Morehouse is a story of experiences and testimonies of the first group of African students sponsored by Higherlife Foundation

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