Strive Masiyiwa ‘Exposed’ As A Beneficiary Of Gen. Mujuru’s Largesse

Spokesperson of the National Patriotic Front, Jealousy Mawarire, says that billionaire and philanthropist, Econet founder, Strive Masiyiwa is a beneficiary of government tenders courtesy of the late General Solomon Mujuru and his wife Joice Mujuru.

Mawarire said that Masiyiwa, as a Christian who intends to inspire others, should not be economical with the truth. Writing on Twitter, Mawarire said:

By May 1991, Strive Masiyiwa, thru his Co, Retrofit, had already gotten a govt tender to electrify Victoria Falls Airport yet the guy, in some business mentorship forum at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, pretends his first business was Econet which he founded with only $75.


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His business links with governments of the day and association with ZANU PF ex-military politicians is well documented. While every Zimbabwean has the right of association, it is untoward, especially for a Christian, to be economical with the truth, particularly when wants to inspire others.

Retrofit got tenders to electrify govt buildings which Kuchi Construction owned by Kudenga and Chidhawo built. The Econet issue affected his relationship with General Mujuru who was his business godfather and not the government of Zimbabwe.

It electrified most govt buildings built by KuChi construction owned by now Harare Provincial Minister Chidhawo. Retrofit first contract was a PTC tender to electrify Nembudziya Post office courtesy of Mai Mujuru. The alleged fight between the two is all created to play the victim. Vanhu vamwe.

There is more to the guy than what he wants people to say. There is a whole story about Mopani mine which he co-owned with General Mujuru. Someday, someone will tell the story of a PTA bank loan.

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Strive MasiyiwaRetrofitJealousy Mawarire

Strive Masiyiwa (born 1961) is a Zimbabwean born entrepreneur, and philanthropist. He is the founder and chairman of Econet Wireless International a global telecommunications group. In 2002, Masiyiwa made it to the Time Magazine List of Most Influential People, and in March 2014, he was... Read More About Strive Masiyiwa

Retrofit was a electrical contracting firm, founded in 1987 by Strive Masiyiwa. The company did a lot of projects for the government of Zimbabwe until 1996 when it was sold. Read More About Retrofit

Jealousy Mbizvo Mawarire is a Zimbabwean politician, founding member and current spokesperson for the National Patriotic Front. He is also a journalist and the executive director and founding trustee for the Centre for Elections and Democracy in Southern Africa (CEDSA). Mawarire is well known for... Read More About Jealousy Mawarire

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2 comments on “Strive Masiyiwa ‘Exposed’ As A Beneficiary Of Gen. Mujuru’s Largesse

  1. So Jealousy why not be fair to Strive and mention that he was part of what was the IBDC which was the vehicle that ushered young Black entrepreneurs into the the exclusively white dominated “formal business sectors”
    The guys who went into banking, transport, set up law and accounting firms all benefited from the push and sympathies of the individuals who had clout then…and indeed has he not been proven right in being the successful and philanthropic Zimbabwean Patriot he is !!

    Its a shame you are living up to the negative definition of your name and not being industrious like Strive…. its not too late ask him about his life’s journey rather than about foundational matters that are best confined to history….

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