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'Zimbabwe Is not the country that my father fought for' said Hlatshwayo Davis

“We have been failed, this is not the country that my father fought for,” said Dr Matifadza Hlatshwayo Davis in an interview with Trevor Ncube. Zimbabwean highflying doctor Matifadzi Hlatshwayo Davis broke the glass ceiling when she became the first black female physician to become Director of Health for the City of St. Louis in the USIt is very true an orphan who passed with flying colours is perishing with poverty herding people's cattle, many graduate are living on odd jobs due to lack of good governance. The struggle was for only a handful to enjoy the benefits not the masses, the oppressor changed the colour of the skin everything else remains pre Zimbabwe. Infact people are worse off in Rhodesia because no one went to bed hungry or slept on the bank queue for days on end. Thank you Dr Matifadza Hlatshwayo Davies

One Zimbabwean said

Iam a young Mati and I will do whatever it takes to follow my dream into the medical field. Thanks so much you are my role model. I love you so much and I follow you on all your social media spaces, I hope to meet you one day, you showed me that it is possible to make it as a young black Zimbabwean woman, despite all this social political and financial chaos

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