Meet a Zim man, one of Netflix board of directors & how he made billions & the secret of his success
Masiyiwa was educated in the UK where he did electrical engineering at the University of Wales and began his construction business in the UK. He returned to Zimbabwe and worked briefly state-owned telephone company,as a telecom engineer. After that he quit his job and started his own business, he founded Retrofit Engineering, an electrical firm that did construction business for the government and that is where he made his fortune.
Zimbabwean President Emerson Mnagagwa loggerheads with the economy help The Zimbabwean goverment as from 27 June restricted most of all mobile-money transactions. Even though this is what has been helping a lot of people in terms of buying and selling goods since cash in the country is hard to get by. Econet dominates the mobile-cash industry with about 11.4 million customers and a 98% share of the market. Econet is owned by a 59 year olds philanthropist business man Strive Masiwa. The goverment is accussing
Why is it that Zimbabwean born "millionaire" Strive Masiyiwa is more appriciated, and highly regarded of by the people in West Africa, East Africa and middle Africa than the people in his own country If you follow Strive Masiyiwa well, you will realise the man does more for the youths in Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria and all from around those countries than youths in ZimbabweFrom one of his blogs in 2017 end November, Strive Masiyiwa once narrated a story indicating, how Zanupf used to block him from being in
5-Patrice Motsepe - Motsepe is South Africa’s first known black billionaire and he is the founder of African Rainbow Minerals (ARM), Which is a mining company that has interests in the mining of platinum, nickel, chrome, iron, coal, copper and gold. He also has shares in African Rainbow Capital, which is a private equity firm that focuses on investments in financial services. Motsepe is worth over 2.3 Billion Dollars. 4-Strive Masiyiwa - Masiyiwa is the founder of Zimbabwe's largest provider of telecommunications
Netflix is a media-streaming and video-rental company founded in 1997 by American entrepreneurs Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph. It is also involved in the creation of original programming. It provides subscription service streaming movies and television episodes over the Internet. Netflix appointed Masiyiwa as its Board of Directors, replacing Suzan Rice, Barack Obama' s former security advisor. Netflix Ceo Reed Hastings, said, "His entrepreneurship and vision in building businesses across Africa and beyond
The Zimbabwean Billionaire, Strive Masiyiwa has head to Court to appeal over the sanctioned imposed on Zimbabwe and Sudan. The verdict the billionaire is demanding is not to lift the ban imposed on these nation but for them to have some relief in other to fight coronavirus outbreak before getting out of hand. Masiyiwa claimed the sactions imposed on these countries cut them off from aid from multilateral organisations. He argued that surving the epidemic virus without foreign aids in getting adequate equipm
Many people have wondered for a long time whether Zimbabwe, an African country with little or no recognition in the world, would ever produce a billionaire, given the country's position as a backwater compared to many other popular countries around the world. Interesting enough, it is home to one of the world's wealthiest and most famous business tycoons, Richard Branson.
Masiyiwa was born in Zimbabwe on the 29th of January 1961, he did his primary education in Zambia and after that he migrated to the UK where he attended his secondary school in Scotland.This was as a result of Ian Smith announcing the independence from Britain.During his stay in Zambia they stayed in Kitwe a town in the central North of Zambia, where they are copper mines and where his mother had her own business.
Worldwide drug firms should permit creation of Coronavirus immunizations in Africa as opposed to simply do piecemeal agreement bargains, an African Association unique emissary said on Thursday. AU Covid agent Endeavor Masiyiwa was talking a day after Pfizer and BioNTech reported a "fill and finish" manage South Africa's Biovac Organization under which it will do the last phases of antibody fabricating where the item is prepared and placed into vials.
Can you imagine a scenario where the Zimbabwean billionaire businessman Strive Masiyiwa with a net worth of over a billion US Dollars, being regarded as one of the biggest losers in the history of African black billionaires?
What people fail to understand is, Strive is also a victim of circumstances created by Zanu pf gvt!At the end of the day he has to make decisions based on what is on e ground, inorder for his bussiness to survive.Some of those critizing Strive are somehow doing the same in their bussinesses, they buy something in China for a dollar but come to Zim and sell it for exorbitant prices
There are not many billionaires that devout their time to teach people on entrepreneurship. Strive Masiyiwa is not one of those people, from using Facebook for micro blogging, to appearing on many educational platforms, he has done his most to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs. Recently he was presenting a simple formula on fighting Coronavirus. Such formulas are just what many nations and companies are looking for as economies gradually open and lockdown restrictions are being eased. At one tim