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TAWF to sponsor CBU student forsaken by own father

MUTEMWA Miti used social media correctly to change her life after have father told her to commit suicide, says The African Woman Foundation (TAWF) founder Joseph Moyo. Commenting on Mutemwa’s revelation that her own father refused to pay university fees saying he had other responsibilities of sending his child in his new marriage to China …

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Place women’s value in what they can do in the boardroom instead of bed

AFRICAN Freedom Day should mark the end to women having their value placed in what they can do in bed, says Joseph Moyo. And Moyo, who is the founder of the African Woman Foundation (TAWF), says the gaining of Africa’s freedom from colonial masters led to a new form of dominance of man against woman …

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Some parents send underage daughters into marriages to escape poverty

PARENTS find it irresistible to send their underage daughters into marriages as this is seen as the only escape route out of poverty, says a social worker. In an interview, Joseph Moyo, who is the founder and president of The African Woman Foundation (TAWF), said some girls from poverty ravaged families also see marriage as …

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Moyo advises women to avoid sending their nude pictures to men

A SOCIAL worker has advised women against sharing their nude or explicit pictures to men. In interview, Joseph Moyo, who is the founder of The African Woman Foundation (TAWF), said some men were in the habit of collecting women’s explicit pictures and treating them as ‘trophies.’ “The African Women Foundation (TAWF) has discovered that there …

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Women’s value should never be limited to sex and childbearing, says Moyo

WOMEN’S value should not be limited in sex or bearing children, says Joseph Moyo. Congratulating newly appointed BoZ deputy governor Rekha Mhango, Moyo, who is the founder of The African Woman Foundation (TAWF), commended the central bank for showing confidence in Mhango, describing her as a qualified African woman who deserves the position. “This is …

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