Ndhlukula opens up on Securico journey

There is need for engagement. That is number one. Secondly, you need to think outside the box, and you must also listen to your people.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 16, 2024

Securico boss gets top recognition

Ndhlukula was inducted into the Excellence Hall of Fame by the Business Excellence Institute (BEX) during a ceremony held in Dublin, Ireland last Thursday.
By Staff Reporter Oct. 22, 2023

Securico diversifies into health services

She said she was humbled by the support given to her company.
By Business Reporter Dec. 12, 2022

Zim Business Awards marks 10 years

“We believe there is beauty in acknowledging excellence and in doing so we have found joy as we gather yearly to celebrate the best.”
By Style Reporter Oct. 23, 2022

ZAS: Much ado about nothing

It, being the 112th edition, the organisers should by now know that it is best to schedule the showcase for early August when schools have just closed.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Sep. 9, 2022

Letter from America: Women of substance show off in Masvingo

When Covid-19 restrictions were lifted, she was shocked to find that exam results in Chief Chitsa’s area were less than pleasing. Since her bursaries financed through the Divine Simbi-Ndhlukula Foundation were based on need and merit, none of the learners qualified.

By The Independent Jul. 31, 2022

Letter from America: Women of substance show off in Masvingo

When Covid-19 restrictions were lifted, she was shocked to find that exam results in Chief Chitsa’s area were less than pleasing. Since her bursaries financed through the Divine Simbi-Ndhlukula Foundation were based on need and merit, none of the learners qualified.

By The Independent Jul. 31, 2022

Govt urged to open up broadcasting sector

In an interview with NewsDay Life & Style, Abote said the creative sector was a low-hanging fruit that could easily champion and communicate developmental issues.

By The Independent Apr. 27, 2022