Zimbabwean Sculptor Is Fighting Covid-19 With Stones

Zimbabwean Sculptor Is Fighting Covid-19 With Stones

Since COVID-19 struck the world, African governments have been working tirelessly to combat the pandemic using online, T.V., and radio announcements. However, much more awareness is needed, particularly in rural areas.

Andrew H. Sweet
Andrew H. Sweet
  • Since COVID-19 struck the world, African governments have been working tirelessly to combat the pandemic using online, T.V., and radio announcements. However, much more awareness is needed, particularly in rural areas.
  • In a Harare Suburb, Zimbabwean sculptor, David Ngwerume, is attracting global attention by using stones to create awareness about the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • To encourage his fellow citizens and the world to wear masks, David Ngwerume has created stunning sculptures. The first and most talked about is called "M.J.," named after the late U.S. pop music legend, Michael Jackson, who was often spotted wearing a face mask.

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