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Enos Denhere

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About Enos
My eight years + of experience as a freelance journalist have given me an edge in developing stories, conducting interviews, writing articles, and meeting deadlines. In my current position, I have developed news content for many publications, online news websites, and renowned organizations.

I also have experience with:

• Conducting interviews with a variety of sources.

• Writing articles for print and online publications.

• Editing and managing stories from other writers.

• Utilizing social media platforms to promote coverage.

I gather information, write news pieces, and present the news in an honest and balanced manner. In addition to investigating and reporting on current events,

I also work on articles and features that update and influence public opinion. I specialize in breaking news, business, politics, social justice, Christian, Leadership and Life Success coaching, climate change, energy, sports and health articles. into your company.

1)Wrote/researched news/feature articles, including business, politics, social justice, Religion,
Leadership and Life Success coaching, climate change, energy, sports and health articles.
2)Writing informative articles and blogs which compel readers to have news in an honest and
balanced manner
3))Researched to increase knowledge of subjects independently to give depth and understanding
to content
4)Verified accuracy of reports, facts, and subject matter.
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Languages
English Ndebele Shona
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Services
Interview (Video / Broadcast) Feature Stories Content Writing
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Skills
Business Politics Technology
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Portfolio

Zim set for ‘world’s next lithium valley status’

15 Mar 2024
Zimbabwe is poised to become a major player in the global lithium market, with the potential to be dubbed 'the World's Next Lithium Valley.' The country boasts the largest lithium reserves in Africa and has recently seen a US$300 million lithium processing facility opened by a subsidiary of Chinese mining company Zhejiang Huayou Cobalt. The Zimbabwean government has banned the export of raw lithium to foster local processing and aims to become a regional hub for lithium-ion batteries and other clean energy sources. Despite these developments, challenges such as displacement of local communities by mining operations, the need for political inclusivity and unity, and concerns over corruption and investment climate persist. Zimbabwe's economic growth is also hindered by a significant debt burden and short-term credit limitations. The Zimbabwe Investment and Development Agency has been established to improve the investment environment, and there are incentives for foreign direct investment, but consistent policies and strong institutions are needed to ensure long-term benefits from mining essential minerals.

How a Zimbabwean business coach went from artisanal miner to CEO

30 Dec 2023
Payne Farai Kupfuwa, CEO of the Young Miners Foundation, transitioned from an unemployed college graduate to a mentor and entrepreneur in the mining industry. After experiencing the dangers of artisanal mining, he established YMF in 2009 to support young miners in Zimbabwe. The foundation has grown to over 3,000 members and provides training, networking, and support for miners to formalize their operations and contribute to the economy. Kupfuwa's own mining company generates a significant income, and he has been recognized for his impact on the industry with the Outstanding Miner of the Year 2023 Award. The article also highlights the contributions of small-scale miners to Zimbabwe's gold production and the positive changes in remote communities due to the formalization of artisanal mining.

Discover these entrepreneurial triumphs and gain knowledge

03 Nov 2023
The article discusses the challenging yet rewarding journey of entrepreneurship, highlighting that only a quarter of startups survive beyond five years. It emphasizes the importance of making the right decisions, as noted by Harvard Business School professor William Sahlman. The article shares success stories of entrepreneurs like Thomas Edison, who transformed innovation into a research and development process and played a significant role in establishing the American electrical power infrastructure. Adi Dassler, the founder of Adidas, is celebrated for his unique approach to shoe design, which involved direct feedback from athletes. Aliko Dangote, Africa's richest man, is recognized for scaling his local commodities trading business into a multi-billion-dollar corporation. The article suggests that studying the experiences of successful entrepreneurs can provide valuable insights for one's own entrepreneurial journey.

Combating illicit financial flows crucial for Africa’s development

29 Sep 2023
Africa is urged to combat corruption and illicit financial flows (IFFs) to foster development. IFFs, stemming from criminal activities, tax evasion, and corruption, deprive the continent of resources needed for social development and pose challenges to development funding. The UNCTAD and OECD report significant losses for Africa due to IFFs. The Africa Initiative, involving multiple African nations and international partners, aims to improve transparency and combat tax evasion. African countries have gained additional revenues through voluntary disclosures and information exchange mechanisms. While foreign aid and investment are often highlighted, the outflow of funds from Africa, including over US$1 trillion in IFFs, is frequently overlooked. South Africa and Nigeria face substantial losses from IFFs, which could otherwise fund critical infrastructure and services. Efforts to reduce IFFs include enhancing regulatory frameworks, improving data reporting, and employing innovative techniques for customs enforcement.

African billionaires and their net worth

08 Apr 2023

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08 Apr 2023

Feature: Africa’s natural resources and illicit trade

08 Apr 2023  |  NewsDay Zimbabwe
The article discusses the abundance of natural resources in Africa, including minerals, arable land, and fresh water, and the continent's potential to use these resources for development and prosperity. It highlights the significant portion of the world's mineral reserves found in Africa, such as gold, chromium, platinum, and cobalt. The piece emphasizes the need for sustainable and climate-resilient exploitation of resources, referencing the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN) and the alignment with the UN's Sustainable Development Goals and the African Union Agenda 2063. The article also addresses the issue of illegal mining and illicit trade, particularly in countries like the Democratic Republic of Congo and Guinea. It cites a report from the African Development Bank's African Natural Resources Centre, which details the illicit trade of high-value minerals such as gemstones, precious metals, and rare earths, with specific examples from the DRC and other countries.

Transcript of US Embassy interview with Enos Denhere, Freelance investigative Journalist

08 Apr 2023

Entrepreneurship Programme For African Entrepreneurs

Story on Smart Cities

08 Apr 2023  |  NewsDay Zimbabwe
The article discusses the role of urban areas in climate change, emphasizing their high energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions due to population density. It highlights the potential of cities, particularly in Africa, to lead the clean energy transition and achieve climate neutrality. The African Union's Agenda 2063 is mentioned as a framework aiming to develop smart cities across the continent to address economic, social, and environmental challenges. Smart cities integrate various systems to improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions. Examples of smart city projects in Africa include Modderfontein New City in Johannesburg, Kigali Innovation City in Rwanda, and Konza City in Kenya. The article also points out the advantages Africa has in developing smart cities, such as limited existing urban infrastructure, a growing middle class, rapid urbanization, and a strong entrepreneurial spirit.

The Interview with USA Embassy in Zimbabwe

08 Apr 2023  |  enosden
The article is an interview between journalist Enos Denhere and the USA Embassy discussing various aspects of the relationship between Zimbabwe and the United States. Topics include trade relations, with Zimbabwe exporting $86.5 million worth of goods to the U.S. and importing $41.1 million in 2022. The article addresses concerns about 'bad diplomacy' and the need for Zimbabwe to implement reforms to improve bilateral relations. The U.S. commitment to supporting African countries through mutual respect and shared interests, such as health security and climate change, is highlighted. The interview also covers educational opportunities for Zimbabwean students in the U.S., the importance of journalist visas, and the U.S.'s humanitarian efforts in Zimbabwe, including over $4.5 billion in aid since independence and significant contributions to combat AIDS through PEPFAR. The U.S. plans to participate in the upcoming ZITF expo, indicating ongoing engagement with Zimbabwe.

AMHVoices: Africa waking up from economic slumber

20 Feb 2022  |  NewsDay Zimbabwe
The article discusses the potential for economic growth and development in Africa, drawing parallels with the Chinese bamboo which takes time to grow but then surges rapidly. It highlights the increased access to information and technology that is empowering ordinary Africans to participate in the economy, shifting the narrative from aid-dependency to entrepreneurship. The article quotes several influential figures, including Rwandan President Paul Kagame, who emphasizes the importance of trade and investment over aid, and Julian Roberts, the group chief executive of Old Mutual, who expresses confidence in Africa's future success. Tony Elumelu, chairman of Heirs Holdings, also shares his positive experience with investments across the continent despite economic challenges.

Pitso Mosimane defies all odds in football history

20 Feb 2022

Exceptional leadership earns Strive Masiyiwa and James Manyika top jobs

20 Feb 2022

‘Qwestion’ & Answer with Enos Denhere, Freelance Journalist

20 Feb 2022

An agriculture conservation practice initiated for farmers in Zimbabwe is bearing fruit. The program, known in the country as Pfumvudza, trains farmers in the use of small plots that retain water easily and are easier to maintain than larger plots. The

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