Emmanuel Kaparasa

Emmanuel was and bred in Karoi. He attended Mshowe Primary School,
and then Vuti and Chikangwe High Schools in Karoi.
This saw him finishing High School in 2004.
Although Manu never saw himself as a teacher,
soon after leaving school
he found himself teaching Mathematics and Integrated Science.
He served the Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture
for just over two years.
Emmanuel finally joined the Society of Jesus in 2007 in Lusaka.
He completed his Philosophy and Humanities studies in 2013,
and is currently teaching at St Peter's Mbare.

Arnold Murwira

Arnold was born in Murehwa district and did his Primary school at Beta.
After primary school he moved to Domboshava
where he did his secondary educationup to A-Level
at Parirehwa High School.
After working for about a year he joined the Society of Jesus in 2007.
At school he used to enjoy long distance running,
and so participates keenly in the Arrupe marathon.
After Taekwondo was introduced at Arrupe he eagerly signed up
to be one of those who spent their Friday and Saturday afternoons
throwing their legs up in the Taekwondo club.
At the end of his first year at Arrupe he went for French immersion
in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire.
Having completed his philosophy & humanities studies in 2013,
he is currently working at Silveira House.

Nelson Nyamayaro

Nelson comes from Chikwaka in Goromonzi.
He joined the Society in 2007,
and began his philosophical studies at Arrupe College two years later,
which he completed in 2013.
His most memorable experience in
the Society was doing the 30-day Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius
at Kizito Pastoral Centre.
He enjoys playing tennis and reading novels.
Currently, he is teaching at Visitation High School in Makumbi.

Godfrey Dlamini

Godfrey was born in Insiza Hospital in Filabusi
on the 20th of October 1983.
He went to Nkanyezi Primary School and thereafter Luveve High School.
He comes from a polygamous family
and is the sixth childin a familyof seven.
Having joined the novitiate in 2008,
he did his hospital experience at University Teaching Hospital ofZambia
and pastoral experience at St Peters Mbare.
He completed studies at Arrupe College in 2014
and is now teaching at St Peter’s Kubatana.

Ashley Honzeri

Ashey was born in Gweru
and belongs to the Hungwe people of the Zezuru clan.
He is the second born in his family.
Ashley attended 6 different primary schools,
ranging from rustic rural schools
to high classurban schools.
He did his O-level and high school in Gweru and Musana.
He then joined the Society of Jesuson the 11th of July 2010.
He completed studies at Arrupe College in 2014
and is now teaching at St Peter’s Mbare.

Ronald Aaron Nyadawa

Ronald Nyadawa was born in Mwenezi,
and brought up in Chiredzi, Triangle and Nyanga.
He attended Dunuza Primary School
and then Zimuto High School and St Matthias high.
After this he spent some time working as a junior accounts clerk
 at the Cotton Company of Zimbabwe.
He joined the Novitiate in 20089,
where he had his hospital and pastoral experiences at Chirundu and Njombe, Lusaka.
He completed studies at Arrupe College in 2014
and is now teaching at St Ignatius’ College.
He likes playing volleyball, swimming and watching movies.
After he completes his studies he is interested in
working a the Jesuit social apostolate, or working with youth.

Gibson Nyika

Gibson was born on 13 June 1982 at Mabvuku Polyclinic.
He started his primary school
at Chikurubi primary school in 1988.
After primary school he proceeded to Tafara High 1
for secondary education,
later transferringto St Peter Claver Chishawasha a
nd landing up finally at St Paul’s Musami.
He joined the novitiate in Lusaka in July 2008,
during which he did his hospital experiment
at Mtendere Hospice which is run by Missionaries of Charity,
and his pastoral experiment at Kasisi Orphanage.
He completed studies at Arrupe College in 2014
and is now teaching at St Peter's Kubatana.
During his free time he plays and watches soccer,
and he also enjoys socialising and swimming.