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EMPTY WALLET SYNDROME PUSHES ADMINISTRATOR CALORINE MASVINGISE GODZONGERE INTO ART


Caroline Mavingise Godzongere Displays Her Artworks at their Home in Chitungwiza.

Caroline Mavingise Godzongere is now a master craft of handbags, sling bags, travel bags, laptobags, and macramé sandals amongst other creative work of art foresees a brighter future characterized by acquiring assets and becoming a reputable foreign currency earner. The Chitungwiza Arts Centre based Artist and Pastor now fully makes a living out of art sales.   Mentorship and training of artists through online and direct contact lessons to selected women groups from Women of Valour Interdenominational Ministries and Tabernacle of His Presence Ministries International has helped in popularizing artworks and improving income gains to her followers.

 As Pastors, Mr. and Mrs. Godzongere who are blessed with three children minister in the Tabernacle of His Presence Ministries International and coordinate the Women of Valour Interdenominational Ministries. The empty wallet syndrome that came after  losing my job as a Company Secretary and Personal Assistant pushed me to be creative and started to interweave  handbags, sling bags, travel bags, laptobags, and macramé sandals amongst other imaginative work of art. Said Mrs. Caroline Godzongere a Holder of a Diploma In Business Administration. 

Mrs. Godzongere who has so far made a household name in Chitungwiza and drawn significant traffic to her displays at Chitungwiza Arts Centre and the Harare Agricultural Shows last year and this year 2020 said is keen to expand her markets to the international world. One of her celebrated breakthroughs is becoming a candidate for the Dubai 2020 Expo. The Covid19 induced lockdown, being so restrictive in movement has seen the innovative Pastor increasing visibility on the social media platforms such as Whats Up, Facebook, Instagram and Web based marketing. Mrs. Godzongere expressed gratitude to the  Ministry of Women Affairs and Small to Medium Enterprises and The Ministry of Youth, Sports, Arts and Recreation for helping in marketing and exhibiting her artworks. She highly revers the experience when the First Lady of the Republic of Zimbabwe , Amai Munangagwa took some time to view her art at the Harare Agricultural Shows, she said.

The First Lady of The Republic of Zimbabwe (in Golden Yellow Outfit) takes time to chat with Caroline Mavingise Godzongere (in Blue T. Shirt).

STORY BY TENDAI A. SAUTA 0772761139 (13-11-2020)

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