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Shingi Munyeza (Shingi Albert Munyeza) was born on 17 September, 1966 in Mazowe, Zimbabwe, is a Businessman.
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|Age||54 years old|
|Born||17 September 1966|
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Who Is Shingi Munyeza’s Wife?
His wife is Wilma Munyeza
Shingi Munyeza Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Shingi Munyeza worth at the age of 54 years old? Shingi Munyeza’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Zimbabwean. We have estimated Shingi Munyeza’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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He pioneered bringing international food franchises in Zimbabwe but his long-term passion has been entrepreneurship where he is setting up an enterprise incubator to nurture entrepreneurship in the country. He has partnered with Africa’s biggest Entrepreneurship Incubator. Furthermore, his investments are now more into ICT, solar and telecoms.
Munyeza led a consortium of business persons into buying a stake in the largest hotel management company in Zimbabwe, ZimSun Limited, becoming the Chief Executive Officer in the process in 2002. He later purchased shares in the firm to become the major shareholder, and in the process renamed the company to African Sun Limited (ASL). The company began to expand regionally and it bought properties in South Africa, Botswana and Mozambique between 2009 and 2010. Some hotels in Ghana and Nigeria also became part of ASL during the same period. Munyeza secured about US$25 million to redevelop these hotels. Some of the hotels under African Sun Limited include Troutbeck Inn Resort in Nyanga, Holiday Inn Resorts and Hotels in Zimbabwe, Monomotapa Crowne Plaza in Harare, Elephant Hills Hotel in Victoria Falls, and the Cape Grace in South Africa.. He was at Africa Sun Limited for 13 years (2002 – April 2015).
After completing high school he did his articles of clerkship under Ernst and Young, at the same time enrolled for a B.Compt in accounting with University of South Africa and also completed a Diploma in Applied Accountancy with the Institute of Accountants, Zimbabwe. He later went into advertising where he studied for an IMM Diploma in Marketing. After a while, he moved to Zim Sun (now African Sun) where he studied for a Diploma in Hotel Management Strategy with Cornell University, New York. He was later conferred an honorary doctorate in Business Administration and Development by Solusi University in March 2010 in recognition of his contribution to business development in the tourism sector.
Munyeza has made notable contributions toward community transformation and has been a leader in initiating sustainable youth programs in disadvantaged communities in Zimbabwe targeted at young people through Faith Ministries Church where he was the senior pastor for 11 years (2006-2017). He is also involved in charity work under his church. He has assisted disadvantaged youths in various ways including giving bursaries to school children.
Munyeza moved to the capital city, Salisbury (now Harare) in 1978 where his parents had relocated to the neighbourhood of Marimba Park. He attended the rest of his primary school education at Mhizha Primary School in Highfield, Harare. Later, he went to St. John’s High School in Emerald Hill, and then later Prince Edward School, both in Harare. During his high school, he was head boy at St John’s High School and later served as Junior Mayor of Harare.
Dr. Shingi Munyeza (born 17 September 1966, Mazowe) is a Zimbabwean businessman. He was the head of the Zimbabwean hotel chain, African Sun. He stepped down in 2015 to pursue personal interests as part of his calling as a marketplace apostle in advancing the kingdom of God.