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The story of a gentle soldier

Read about Manual’s incredible story; on fleeing slavery, on sailing to Asia and surviving a guerrilla war…

James

“My favourite thing to do over the weekend is to just be at home. To sit and relax and watch some TV. I also like to visit my brothers and sisters. Sometimes my… Continue reading

Mario, the Malawian from Mozambique

“I lived in Mozambique many years ago. I was born there. My family came to Malawi when the  war broke out between the Mozambicans and the Portuguese. My grandfather died while travelling on… Continue reading

Born in Mozambique

Her entire future would cost her less than an American cent. But the person who killed her dream, was the person she believed held the key to her freedom.

Have you asked them to tell you a story?

Do you ever think back to when your grandparents were still alive? The fond memories you have of them when growing up as a child with their quiet strength ever guiding you. Their… Continue reading

It was just a ‘small’ moment in Mozambique…

Does leaving Mozambique make her sweeter? Maybe yes. After living in central Mozambique for almost 7 years, I sit in my new country with a bright future ahead, thinking of all that I… Continue reading

The time when time stopped.

This poem….if it’s even a poem, (I’m not an expert) is for my dear friend Erika who has been in a coma and is fighting for recovery. It’s times like these that time… Continue reading