Ndlovu who owns properties in Gweru and has thriving businesses in South Africa where he majors in construction and Information Technology, says his bid is to turn around the city through industrialization projects.
“My wish is to create employment for the youths and women. I have talked to my partners in Germany and France and we have agreed on a number of projects that we will roll out. For women, there are projects like air-freshener and sunlight soap manufacturing while we, on the other hand, want to capacitate youths with computer hardware assembly projects. This is the message that we are sending in our door to door campaigns”, he said.
The businessman also highlighted that there is a tailoring and fabrics project that he will be throwing in for women next month.
“We have a training that we will conduct next month that will see women being taught on projects to do with fabrics and tailoring projects so that they can be self-sustainable. These are some of the things we want to do in bringing hope to our people here in Gweru”, he said.
The door to door campaign saw youths and women being capacitated with information and further tips on how to enter into self-help projects.Post published in: Featured