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The ZUNDE Logo

A good logo does not need any explanation. Its meaning is self-evident.

Take time to reflect on

• the interlocked hands,

• the symbols of Zimbabwe,

• the meaning of ZUNDE, and

• the unity of the circle.

Our Masthead

The masthead on our web pages features the ZUNDE logo, balancing rocks, and African animals as night gives way to day.

Balancing rocks are a charactristic of the Zimbabwean landscape. The Chiremba balancing rocks at Epworth used to be portrayed on our banknotes and they remind us of what has been lost through mismanagement, greed and corruption.

The giraffe stands tall above the fray and is able to take an overall view of the situation.

The elephant portrays wisdom, the strength of the indivudual and the unstoppable momentum achieved by acting together.

There is an air of excited anticipation as a glorious new day is just about to dawn…

Our Masthead

The masthead on our web pages features the new ZUNDE logo, balancing rocks, and African animals as night gives way to day.

Balancing rocks are a charactristic of the Zimbabwean landscape. The Chiremba balancing rocks at Epworth used to be portrayed on our banknotes and they remind us of what has been lost through mismanagement, greed and corruption.

The giraffe stands tall above the fray and is able to take an overall view of the situation.

The elephant portrays wisdom, the strength of the indivudual and the unstoppable momentum achieved by acting together.

There is an air of excited anticipation as a glorious new day is just about to dawn…