Mr Osherd Mutunami Donates to Dlodlo Primary


He crossed the Limpopo boarder into South Africa but not with his heart. His heart remained home for sure and on the 8th of August, Mr Osherd Mutunami returned to the place he grew to donate and spoil the Dlodlo Community of rural Shurugwi. For his primary education, Mr Mutunami went to Dlodlo Primary School and this time around, he came for a different reason.

Mr Mutunami picked randomly 18 kids from poor families in the community and committed to pay their school fees until A’Level. He also will be helping with their upkeep. On the mentioned date, together with his company New Horizons Era which is registered both home and in South Africa, he also donated shoes, stationery to the school, clothing and grocery items to the community’s underprivileged, the orphaned and the elderly.

Mr Mutunami was born at Shurugwi Hospital in 1976. He grew up in Gamwa area where after his Primary education went to Parkinson High School for Secondary education. After working for a while in Zimbabwe, he decided to go to Cape Town and work. Soon enough, he found himself into some charity commitment back home. He started small but later registered New Horizons Era, a company that would help him approach well-wishers for donations.
Mr Mutunami together with his family are strong members of the Apostolic Faith Mission of South Africa belonging to Greater Glory Assembly. Their pastors are Rev IC. and Mrs Mariga.

The couple looks forward to stepping up with charity work to international levels.

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