Can Infrastructure become the star boy of the African Continent

It is 5 AM in 1974 a young girl aged 6 in rural Zvimba Zimbabwe (Then Rhodesia), wakes up to heat her bathing water on firewood to prepare for her first day in school. She then walks 5 kilometres to her nearest school just about privileged enough to have enough food to survive the school day. 47 years later if the same person’s granddaughter were … Continue reading Can Infrastructure become the star boy of the African Continent