MASVINGO – Junior Driving School and Junior Micro-Finance director Noah Marima last week Friday joined other business executives and ordinary students who graduated from Great Zimbabwe University (GZU).
The youthful Marima, who is in charge of the most successful driving school in the province as well as the fast rising credit facility, graduated with a Master's Degree in Financial Economics.
He told TellZim News that he was pleased with his latest academic achievement which he said was critical in building more public confidence in the companies he leads.
"The environment we operate in demands that we improve ourselves academically so that the people who use our services become more confident in our leadership. We value our customers and we need to show that we are committed to improving our services by getting more education," said Marima.
Agribank Masvingo branch manager Kudakwashe Chitsvare was also on the list of graduates and was capped for his Master of Commerce Degree in Strategic Management.
Chitsvare told TellZim News that studying for the degree was not easy but he had persevered out of the knowledge that education makes one more competitive in the business environment.
"It was a painstaking journey but I am happy that I made it. I encourage others to enroll for their own programmes so that they can be of more importance in their respective fields of work," said Chitsvare.education