Zvishavane businesswoman, Choruwa donates PPEs to Gov departments

SYDNEY NCUBE


ZVISHAVANE BUREAU

ZVISHAVANE- Prominent Zvishavane businesswoman, Sylvia Choruwa popularly known as Mai lsheanopa has
donated Coronavirus personal protection equipment to Government departments based in the mining town
worth US$500.

Isheanopa who is the reigning Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce Midlands Chapter businesswoman
of the year donated 250 masks, 10litres of sanitizers, four rims of bond paper to the Vehicle Inspection
Department, the Police and the district development office. The donations were handed over to the district development officer for Zvishavane, Darlington Chokera at his office last Wednesday.

“We have been remembered by lsheanopa lnvestments during these difficult times of Covid-19 and we applaud them for the donations that they made today. We hope they keep on doing so to the district and beyond,” he said.
Speaking to The Mirror Choruwa said it is their culture at the company to give to the community and they will continue doing so as giving leads to more blessings. “We believe that it is the responsibility of the business community to give back to society especially during this time of Covid-19. Also helping our community has always and will remain part of Isheanopa Investments’ culture as we believe without the community we wouldn’t be
here. And through supporting our local Government departments we know our community will be served
and kept safe. We pledge to continue supporting our local community whenever possible as part of our
culture,” said Choruwa.

The award-winning businesswoman is into retailing including hardware, family boutiques, furniture and general
clothing shops in Zvishavane. Choruwa also donated 65 boxes of tiles to Gresham Primary School and
Sunshine Pre-school as well as some clothes to victims of the devastating Cyclone Idai victims last year. http://masvingomirro.com

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