By Gwendoline Mugauri

As the nation con..." /> Zimpapers to celebrate women’s month in style

Zimpapers to celebrate women’s month in style

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By Gwendoline Mugauri

As the nation continues to celebrate Women’s Month this march, the Zimpapers Group is set to unveil its inaugural Zimpapers Women’s Masterclass High Tea – which seeks to bring together women from different sectors of the society and corporate world to share ideas, network and uplift each other.

The event, which is scheduled for the 24th of March at Zimparks Botanical Gardens in Borrowdale – will be running under the theme ‘I Am My Sisters Keeper’ in line with the need for women to always hold each other’s hands in times of need.

In an interview with Capitalk Fm News, Zimpapers Group public relations and corporate affairs manager Ms Beatrice Tonhodzayi said the event was part of the Zimpapers Group’s corporate gesture of celebrating all women by exchanging notes on issues that affect them on a daily basis.

Ms Tonhodzai scoffed at the common belief that women are known to have a “pull-her-down” syndrome saying, this was a chance to draw inspiration from other women alike with the view to elevate each other to higher levels.

The event is expected to be graced by high-profiled speakers in the areas of Business, Law, Finance, Health and Wellness such as Ms Marjorie Mutemererwa from SeedCo, Ms Loice Chingandu from SAFAIDS, Ms Tatenda Pfigu who is a legal practitioner, Dr Eldred Shereni who is a chartered marketer and Ms Lindiwe Thebethebe from NMB Bank.

 

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