BY REJOICE NCUBE
BULAWAYO -BASED company Clean Kulture events has announced that they will be hiring young aspiring artists among them DJs to inspire them to take control of their lives in the midst of the country’s high unemployment rate.
In an interview with NewsDay Life & Style, Clean Kulture events founder and director Takudzwa Mtandabari said interested candidates can get more details on the company’s social media platforms Facebook and Instagram @Cleankulture Events.
“I want to help fellow youngsters to do something rather than resorting to evil acts. Having established my company at the age of 18, l believe it is possible to take control of our lives at a younger age and not stray with the world,” he said.
Mtandabari said he always had a vision to build his own company that would transform the lives of the youths.
“Being a DJ has always been my dream and after l left my job at an events company, I decided to create my own and with the help of my brand ambassador Sandisiwe Ncube, I established Clean Kulture events in October 2020,” he said.
“Our company mainly deals with weddings, birthdays and corporate events. We also do lights, sound, fog machines and one of the corporate events we have done is the Hamara Grand Show event.”
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