Masvingo – The Mirror which has now taken the first position as the biggest regional digital newspaper in the country has appointed an Assistant General Manager responsible for Digital Business.
Mike Mandigora who has been a subeditor for the paper is promoted with effect from November 1, 2021.
He is now responsible for the newspaper’s subs desk and all new digital business. The promotion was announced by Mirror Consultant, Matthew Takaona in a statement today.
The Mirror is now into web development, hosting and domain registration. The company also does social media platform management and online content management, digital affiliate marketing and designing of pamphlets, company profiles, fliers, catalogues and business cards.
Recently and in response to a changing market, The Mirror is now an agent for ZB Bank and the company sells ZETDC tokens, process school fees payments, DSTV payments and ZB cash in and cash outs. We will also soon be opening bank accounts for the same Bank.
Readers can now access news on The Mirror website for free after the company entered into a contract with Econet.
Mandigora has a Bachelor of Science Information Systems Hons from the Midlands State University.
He previously worked for Inducto Private Limited of Mozambique, Regency Group of Companies and Quench Systems.
Meanwhile Ellen Mlambo who was in Chipinge for the launch of our youngest title; Chipinge Times has moved back to her base in Beitbridge where she edits Two Nations. She is back in Beitbridge with effect from November 1, 2021. https://masvingomirror.com