Renowned indigenous permaculturalist, Mr. Zephaniah Phiri from Zvishavane, describes the lack of rainfall in the semi-arid natural region four in Zimbabwe and the good results he’s had with his water harvesting pits that gather and infiltrate what falls in the few major storms they receive. Mixing his humourous style with penetrating questions, and an eye on the practical, Mr. Phiri is still inspiring innovation in the land after more than fifty years of prayer, protest, experimentation and teaching; he is the vision behind a lot of the innovation occuring in Mazvihwa. With cameo appearances by Patrick Holden and Brock Dolman.
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Water Harvesting is at the heart of Muonde Trust Work. Today we take you to one of our Water Haversters' field, Mr Handsome Fundu in Madyakuseni area, to the East of Mhototi Ward in Mazvihwa.
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SAD NEWSWith great sadness shared by people across the world we regret to announce that dear Mr. Zephaniah Phiri passed away on September 1, 2015.
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