What to watch

When we share our testimony, our life inspires faith and courage in others. Here you can find testimonies and stories of our Ziwani community finding and living out their marketplace calling.

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By Nelson Ashitiva and Kendi Ashitiva

Loving Your Neighbour

Hope. Hard work. Not handouts. This is Nelson Ashitiva’s plan for a prosperous Africa. Rising from a one-man band in a notorious Nairobi slum, to an award-winning advocate and founder of a Top Ten law firm in Kenya – he knows what it takes. Passionate about creating opportunities for others to scale their businesses from kiosk to corporate, he illustrates an inspired way of loving your neighbour.

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By Sam Houlie, Colleen Houlie & Patrick Cairns

Beauty From Ashes

Few people remember the 2014 demise of African Bank as acutely as Sam Houlie. Overnight, he was no longer celebrated as an icon of success, but shunned as a marked man with no future. Yet there is much more to this story than personal resilience in the face of public failure. This is the powerful testimony of how God used the despair and ashes of one family – to bring hope and beauty to many.

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By Gauché Radley

Recalibrating The Power Of Money

As COO of Mergon, Gauché Radley's responsibility is to identify, negotiate and implement new investment opportunities across the globe. In this candid interview, he provides many business examples that offer a fresh perspective on the power of money, and the definition of true success.

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By Sibs Sibanda and Ofhentse Piet

An African Expression Of Faith And Work

In this short interview, Sibs Sibanda traces the development of the 'faith and work' conversation, and why Ziwani plays a key role within its local expression.

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By Philip Barlow, Sandy Barlow & Pete Howie

Called To Create

This short documentary film artfully blends two uplifting stories of entrepreneurial grit and passion. Three trailblazers – Sandy Barlow and Pete Howie, co-founders of Seattle Coffee Co., and contemporary artist Philip Barlow – recall their 20-year journeys of highs and lows in business, and God’s faithfulness along the way. An incredible testimony of finding beauty in the mundane, rooted in an enduring calling to create.

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By Paul Kim & Sibs Sibanda

The Why Behind The Series

Meet the remarkable minds behind The Monday Christian podcast series – Paul Kim and Sibs Sibanda – who believe that the Bible has a lot to say about work. Over 28 episodes, they explore the ways we can practically, thoughtfully, faithfully, and fruitfully connect the dots between Sundays and the rest of the week. (Listen to the first episode here: https://lnkd.in/dxKBpxB7)

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By Sibs Sibanda

Seasons Of Unemployment

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are experiencing a reduction or complete loss of income, with no realistic prospect of paying work. With this in mind, Sibs Sibanda reflects on the application of the biblical worldview to seasons of unemployment.

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By Derich Priga

Self Mastery

Derich Priga, the Managing Director of Klipfontein Farms also runs a fruit packing company with his wife, called D&M Fresh Products. Derich shares the familiar testimony of an entrepreneur who had to leave the security of a well-paying job to follow God’s call to start his own business. He stresses the importance of relationships in business, warning against trying to do everything on your own.

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By Lerato Thekiso

Self-Responsibility, Discipline and Stewardship

Lerato Thekiso, the Executive Director at Thekvest Legal Advisory Services shares how leading a business well starts with leading yourself well and discusses the importance of developing good ‘rhythms’ such as time with God, accountability, cultivating joy, eating, and sleeping well, and regular retreats. She also highlights the importance of obedience – especially when it comes to taking time out of our busy schedules to rest and reflect.

“And what you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men, who will be able to teach others also.”

(2 Timothy 2:2)