Twaabane Times

The newsletter name is derived from a Tonga word "Twaabane" which means "sharing". This newsletter is called as such because its intention is to improve information dissemination, sharing and access in the Zambezi valley. It is prepared and published by Tonga.Online ICT and Cultural Promotion Project. The project operates under Basilwizi Trust.

It covers salient events that happen in the Zambezi valley. These stories are expressed in the form of poems, news stories and word puzzles. These stories, poems and word puzzles are written by well trained media club members from 10 Information Technology centres (ITCs) around the Zambezi valley.



01-05-2015

In this issue:

  • Tonga is being taught in local schools
  • Women photographers starts bussiness 
  • Poem by Mathew Munkuli
  • Firshermen buying equipment in Bulawayo

01-04-2015

In this issue:

  • Dry spell lets farmers down
  • Binga women achieve big
  • Career's fair in Manjolo
  • Sinansengwe is getting new Diptank and Dam

01-03-2015

In this issue:

  • World Wetlands Day
  • Poem of the month
  • Launch of massive HIV/AIDS campaign 
  • Positive results from women empowerment

In this issue:

  • Basilwizi ready for 2015
  • Another displacement for the BaTonga
  • Zongwe FM gets new site
  • Tsetse flies infest Sammende area

In this issue:

  • Buntibe impresses
  • Birth Registration
  • Note the Binga I know!
  • Women villageheads

In this issue:

  • Tonga language promotion gets formal support in schools
  • Promise S. Muleya ploughs back to his childhood school
  • Buntibe: The BaTonga pride

In this issue:

  • Manjolo High School joins the Global Village
  • Women are slowly earning a living by weaving of handbags
  • Advice on choosing a career
  • Severe Starvation looms in the Zambezi Valley

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