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A. Majazi,E.Mushayavanhu, F.Chari
D.Bishau, R.S.Maposa, S.Mlambo
A.Majazi, E.Mushayavanhu, F.Chari
author: Maurice Sotabinda
Allows you to carry your hot food and keep it warm for up to 6 hours. The top part allows you to keep your cool food stuffs and drink/water. It comes with a detachable lid inside the warmer compartment. Made using recycled cardboard, plastics and polystyrene.
Tubecooler allows your to carry 3 to 6 cans of beverages and strap it on your back. It can keep beverages cold for up to 12 hours. Ideal for walkathons, hiking and sporting events. Can serve as great advertising medium when companies imprint their logos on the TEMP BAG
Nambya basket. (Bread basket. Traditionally its used as a small grain serving basket)
Coloured sisal baskets handwoven by Zimbabwean artisans in Masvingo. Very beautiful as a wall decorative item.
If today was the last day of your life would you want to do what you are about to do today? Don’t be discouraged by the resistance be nourished by it. Rise to the challenge of bringing your dreams to life. Success is the experience of rising to the level of your true greatness. Use why ? To help you follow the breadcrumbs back to the source of t...
PH1800 Plus series hybrid solar inverter, it can realize self-consumption and feed-in to the grid from solar energy with best solution according to your setting. During the daytime solar power can run your home appliances and if there is extra solar power it will feed-in to the grid or you can choose to save them on the battery to backup when po...
A motivational and critical master piece of a book a must read book. Foreword by Reinhard Atela a Businessman,Author , Life Coach and Mentor. Thinking is the ability to ask why ? And be comfortable in that you might not like the answer. Alvin inspires people to never under estimate their capabilities. Look well to this day. Yesterday is but a d...