Maponga Joshua III Mara-Rah (Vhudzijena-Chigaramboko) is a social entrepreneur with an appreciation of the delights and the disdain of being an ordinary citizen of the planet. His keen interest in the upliftment and success of individuals, couples, families, congregations. On this work he celebrates and empower women.
Joshua holds a degree in Philosophy, Theology and Communication from Andrews University (Michigan, USA) and has attained a variety of training and development programs with entities such as the International Labor Organization (ILO).Joshua has worked within a range of organizations including the Entrepreneurial Development Southern Africa (EDSA), the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, the Global Management Centre (UK) and various corporate institutions in South Africa. Founder of Afrikan Indigenous Movement, United Kingdoms of Afrika and Dzimbabgwe Indigenous Movement, towards the transformative political narrative of the Afrikan Continent. Many have come to call him a Social re-engineer, a disruptor and conversation starter. “The Watcher from the future living with you in the present with solutions from the past” as he calls himself.
As an articulate and accomplished communicator, Joshua has been extensively involved in motivational speaking, counselling, commercial negotiations, pastoring and crisis management, internationally. He continues to lead and contribute to initiatives that contribute to the broader improvement of people – individually and collectively. From Eve to his last daughter Tafara-Manaka, all have provided a platform for a greater sense of appreciation of life.