Her books, which average 200 pages in length, are spiritual, motivational, counselling and educational writings that have become popular with Zimbabweans.
Kanyati who is heavily involved in charity work told The Zimbabwean that she would continue writing books to help educate the nation and inspire women to realise their full potentials.
“Besides fulfilling my passion for writing I want to inspire others and prove that women are equally as talented as their male counterparts, if not better,” said Kanyati, whose goal is to write over 100 books in her lifetime.
Her published works include The Unknown Woman, Oh Yes, You can Succeed, Marriage Manual, Surviving in the Valley and Prayer Key to Victory.
With the profits from her writings, she has provided assistance to female prisoners, women in hospital, children’s homes, old people’s homes as well as school fees for the needy at university and other tertiary education institutions.
She gives spiritual, emotional and physical support to the marginalised, donating food, clothes and equipment to a wide variety of institutions including Chinyaradzo Children’s Home, Bumhudzo Centre and Harare Hospital’s Paediatric Ward benefited from blankets.
Over the years she has given Chikurubi Female Prison sanitary ware, food, clothes and recently a bull. Kanyati also provides rural communities with free medical care through outreach clinics with the services of church doctors. The Mhondoro outreach clinic is one of several such projects.
Recently, she partnered with the National Blood Transfusion of Zimbabwe and donated duvets and blankets to various orphanages.
Founder of Grace Unlimited Ministries International and Zoe Life Changing Ministries, Kanyati has launched several programmes such as Marriage Enrichment, School of Success, Motivational Clinics, Women of Substance and Excellence and Rizpah Fraternity, which socialises people to a Godly life.
In recognition for her humanitarian activities, she was awarded the Victors Award for The most outstanding Woman in Ministry in 2012. Recently, she was among the recipients of an honorary Philanthropy Doctorate awarded by the Institute of Philanthropy.Post published in: Arts