Video by Farai Mugano. Pictures by Jekesai Njikizana
Sitting next to a patient with depression on a garden bench in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare, 70-year-old Shery Ziwakayi speaks gently, offering accessible therapy with a warm and reassuring smile.
“You have made the right decision to come to see mbuya”, she tells her client, using the Shona word for “grandmother” and offering a handshake.
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