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Zimbabwean lawyer quits job for someone to be employed. He now makes US$100000/month in the township

There has been widespread belief that people migrate to take other people's jobs. 

But a Zimbabwean lawyer has defied all logic and explanation by quitting his well paying job to set up a business in the townships. And it isn't one of those rich townships. 

It is one of the most overlooked and poorest of townships that no one would want to set up a business there. 

But it has paid off for him. He now earns over US$100 000 every month. 

Having grown up in the rural areas, the graduated lawyer knew that all he needed was a break through in the business world. 

“On a good month, I produce 100 grinding mills, which are quickly bought by my customers, most of whom are farmers,” said Chivarange, who also claimed that he employs 35 people at his firm in Mbare.

And so after he had saved up enough money, he duly started investing in grinding meals. 

Kudakwashe Chivarange saw that there was a gap in the market as more and more people turned to entrepreneurship. 

He discovered that the most simplest business people could start was grinding maize. 

As a result, Chivarange now has 10 shops, starting with the first one in Harare, the Zimbabwean capital, then in Bulawayo, Gweru, Masvingo, two shops in Zvishavane and one each in Chiredzi, Ngundu and Karoi as well as Chinhoyi.


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