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September 2018

PROWEB Womens Property Acquisition Breakfast Meeting

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PROWEB organised the Property Acquisition and Investment Opportunities Breakfast event for women on the 4th of May 2018, at the Rainbow Towers Hotel. This came after the realisation that there are still many challenges facing professional, executive and business women around collateral and investments. Furthermore, women are not well informed on how to plan their investments, thriving investment property markets, importance of crowd funding to purchase some investments in their own name amongst many other critical issues, hence the focus of the event. The presenters were Vanessa Vos Pam Golding, Dr Grace Muradzikwa, MD Nicoz Diamond and Miriam Zisengwe, head of SME Business Development, Nedbank. The event was attended by over 110 professional and business women. The event was supported by Telone, Barclays Bank and Cairdre.

Business Delegation to China

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Five members were part of the President HE Emmerson Mnangagwa Business Delegation that accompanied him to China in April 2018 for the Zimbabwe-China Business Investment forum. The members who attended were Dr Grace Muradzikwa, Phillipa Phillips, Teresa Murumbi, Nancy Ziyambi and Naume Mandizha. “PROWEB Business Women showing that Women in Zimbabwe are Open for Business”

Business Women and Mentoring Program Graduation Ceremony

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PROWEB hosted the Graduation Ceremony for the 60 entrepreneurs in January 2018 in Harare and Bulawayo for the trainees who satisfactorily completed the one-year training programme in Business Management and Entrepreneurship Development Skills. Both the Mentors, Mentees and Trainers were acknowledged for their commitment towards the success of the programme. The best five entrepreneurs who scored the highest marks in the Business Plan received some prizes.

PROWEB STRATEGIC PLAN (2018-2020)

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The opportunity to step back, scrutinize, evaluate, consider and question its activities was considered as crucial to map the way forward for the organisation for the next three years. The strategic planning process comprised of a review of relevant documents, stakeholder consultations and strategic planning workshop. The three  year strategic plan was crafted in such a manner that it remains a pivotal document for PROWEB to respond to the needs of its members within the Zimbabwean context as well as expand and leverage its existing activities in order to create new avenues that will address the emerging issues affecting  its members, its various stakeholders and partners. The Strategic Plan will focus on four strategic areas; Building a capable organisation, Stakeholder capacity building, Influencing policy development and laws and Capitalising on investiment opportunities.