Tawanda Mutyebere is a multi-talented Zimbabwean individual known for his entrepreneurial success and musical prowess. He has left an indelible mark in both the business and music industries.
Early Life and Education
During his formative years, Tawanda Mutyebere attended Ngondyore Primary School in Bikita, Zimbabwe, from Grades 1 to 4. Subsequently, he completed his primary education at Gathes Mine Primary School in Mashava. His pursuit of knowledge continued at Temeraire High School for secondary education, and he later enrolled at Masvingo Technical School for tertiary education. Tawanda further honed his skills by studying for ICM and CIS diplomas at the Great Zimbabwe College.
In 2004, Tawanda Mutyebere founded Con-Tools (Pvt) Limited, a company specializing in the supply of tar products and road construction. Under his leadership, Con-Tools has expanded to include subsidiary companies like Gas Africa and Blossom Bridal. Notably, on May 1, 2010, his company Packers International launched its inaugural project along the Harare-Masvingo highway at the 192km peg in Mvuma. This marked the beginning of a successful journey in the business world. In subsequent years, Packers International expanded its footprint by opening additional food outlets in Harare.
Beyond his entrepreneurial pursuits, Tawanda Mutyebere is a celebrated gospel musician with a rich discography. He has released numerous albums, with his chart-topping song “Ikoko” featured on his album “Anesu.” His music has touched the hearts of many, making him a respected figure in the Zimbabwean music scene.
Awards And Achievements
In recognition of his outstanding contributions, Tawanda Mutyebere received the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce Entrepreneur of the Year award for the Midlands province in 2010. Furthermore, he earned two Zimbabwe Music Awards for Male Gospel Artiste of the Year in 2006 and 2007, respectively. These accolades attest to his excellence in both business and music.
Tawanda Mutyebere was previously married to Juliane Mutyebere, with whom he has three children. He is currently happily married to Eunice Mutyebere.
Tawanda Mutyebere and his wife have displayed a strong commitment to philanthropy, particularly in Chirumanzu, Masvingo province. They have identified 40 families in need and provided them with groceries and support to initiate income-generating projects. Additionally, they have played a pivotal role in the construction of a church for the Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe at Chaka, exemplifying their dedication to giving back to their community.