CAVA newsletter 2018


Our History

Christian Audio-visual Action, known as CAVA, is a non-profit ministry based in Harare, Zimbabwe. This ministry started in the 1970s when missionaries wanted to address the needs of the Zimbabwe farm-workers. Sets of literature, audio-cassettes and picture books were made available to farmers with a manual tape player that could be operated without electricity or batteries.

Since then CAVA has developed into a three-pronged national ministry reaching five southern African countries, and which focuses on:

  • Literature and Print;
  • Audio-visual Ministry
  • Discipleship training in (among others) prisons, by means of the Nehemiah Bible Institute (NBI) course.

Services & Products

  • prints and distributes relevant and affordable Christian literature and audio-visual material;
  • also serves the community by offering printing services at very competitive rates;
  • offers the NBI course to equip individuals and church leaders in the principles of Christian leadership – 7 modules are covered through distance learning;
  • enables churches and other groups to have Christian literature available (e.g. book sale tables) by supplying them with CAVA’s literature on a sale-or-return basis.


Rev. Gerard Breytenbach
00263 4 495 600; W 00263 772 369 962 or