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Manyaya joins NetOne as public relations and special projects executive

03/01/2017 00:00:00
by Business Reporter
 
 
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FORMER Mbada communications boss George Manyaya has been appointed NetOne public relations and special projects executive with immediate effect.

NetOne’s acting chief executive officer Brian Mutandiro confirmed the development.

“Mr Manyaya emerged as the successful candidate in the interviews and has been roped in to complement our team which is blended with youth and experience and is undoubtedly making a difference through aggressively implementing our vision,” he said in a statement this Tuesday.

He added, “We believe he has potential and will assist to efficiently take our product to the market, enhance brand visibility and awareness.”

According to the statement, Manyaya, who is also a trained journalist, is studying towards a Doctorate in Business Administration Degree with the Binary University (Malaysia) in collaboration with the Chinhoyi University of Technology.

He is a holder of a Master of Commerce in Strategic Management and Corporate Governance Degree from the Midlands State University and also a Master’s Degree in International Relations from the University of Zimbabwe.

His first degree is a Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Business Management from the Midlands State University.

Building on the company’s growth last year, Mutandiro said the appointment will ensure that NetOne continues on a positive trajectory.

“The trend will be sustained exponentially in 2017 judging from what the team has in store for our current and prospective subscribers.

“We will continue to identify and recruit skills that add value and subscribe to our vision.”

The State-owned telecoms company’s revenue grew by 9,48 percent in the first five months of 2016 to May to $48,5 million.



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