Paivepo dzefunde - Afrikan Folklore Stories
Paivepo dzefunde is a chiShona phrase that will take any Shona child back in memory to a time of sitting around a fire or on Grandma's knee and hearing amazing folklore stories of their culture. This intergenerational bonding through story-telling is fast disappearing. The aim of this project is to revive an interest in Afrikan folklore stories as well as bring them into contemporary media. 
Why Flies bother Cattle folklore postcard, posters, notebook and postal tube for poster.
Why the Tortoise has a cracked shell folklore postcard, posters, notebook and postal tube for poster.
Why the Bat only flies at night folklore postcard, posters, notebook and postal tube for poster.
Why the Sun and the Moon live in the sky folklore postcard, posters, notebook and postal tube for poster.
Why the Ostrich has a long neck folklore postcard, posters, notebook and postal tube for poster.
Why the Hawk eats Chicks folklore postcard, posters, notebook and postal tube for poster.
Why the Rock Rabbit has no tail folklore postcard, posters, notebook and postal tube for poster.
Why the Hyena limps folklore postcard, posters, notebook and postal tube for poster.
Why the Hippo does not eat Fish folklore postcard, posters, notebook and postal tube for poster.
Why the Cat hunts Rats postcard, posters, notebook and postal tube for poster.
Paivepo dzefunde - Afrikan Folklore Stories
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Paivepo dzefunde - Afrikan Folklore Stories

It is my belief that folklore is a very important aspect of an Afrikan child’s upbringing. However, the traditional way that folklore was passed Read more
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