Gweru businessman and property developer, Dr Tinashe Manzungu, has been re-elected as the president of the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC).
The youthful businessman retained his post following a virtual elective congress hosted by the business member organisation on Tuesday.
He will be deputised by Harare businessman, Mr Mike Kamungeremu, who replaced Bulawayo businessman, Mr Golden Muoni.
Also elected were Ms Josephine Takundwa (Mashonaland region), Mr Itai Zaba representing the Midlands and Mr Chalton Chimbira representing Manicaland province.
Dr Zachary Tambudzai from the Midlands State University was elected chairperson for the Gweru branch.
Recently Dr Manzungu, has received a merit award in recognition of his work as a business leader and contribution to Zimbabwe’s investment agenda.
Dr Manzungu, who is the founder and executive chairman of TM Group, which is into property development, health, insurance, finance and ICT, was given the certificate of honour during a recent annual business summit for international honours held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
The summit brought together business executives from industry and commerce backgrounds to contribute towards cross-border trading, investments opportunities and business modelling.
Deliberations were centred on challenges and solutions to cross border business, networking and business pitching opportunities under the theme: “business beyond borders – building a global network for strategic partnerships”.