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  • Male
  • 1961/11/13
  • Working at econetwireless
  • Living in Zimbabwe
  • Located in Zimbabwe
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  • This is the official page for Strive Masiyiwa the Executive Chairman & Founder of the Econet Group.
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  • Business type: tp://www.econetwireless.com
  • Awards: Strive Masiyiwa is a well-known international business leader who has won numerous international recognition and awards. Some of his awards include the following : <br> <br>“10 Most Outstanding Young Persons of the World” (Jaycees 1999 – Business Category) <br> <br>“15 Global Influential’s of the Year” (CNN/Time Magazine Poll -2003) <br> <br>Builders of Modern Africa (2010 – Winner) <br> <br>“25 Leaders of Africa’s Renaissance” (Times of London – 2011) <br> <br>“20 Most Powerful Business People in African Business” (Forbes Magazine – 2011) <br> <br>Invited by President Barak Obama to attend G-8 Summit at Camp David (G-8 Summit, Camp David - 2012)
  • Biography: MR Strive Masiyiwa (b 1961) has been in business since 1986. He first came to international prominence when he fought a landmark constitutional legal battle for 5 years in the African country of Zimbabwe. The ruling which led to the removal of the monopoly of the state in telecommunications is generally regarded as one of the key milestones, in opening the African telecommunications sector to private capital. <br> <br>His flagship business, Econet Wireless International (www.econetwireless.com) is now a global telecommunications group with operations, investments and offices in more than 15 countries (in Africa, Europe, USA, Latin America and Asia-Pacific). <br> <br>The company’s activities include mobile cellular telephony, fixed networks, enterprise networks, fibre optic cables, and satellite services. They also provide payment solutions to banks across Africa.
  • Personal Information: MR Strive Masiyiwa (b 1961) has been in business since 1986. He first came to international prominence when he fought a landmark constitutional legal battle for 5 years in the African country of Zimbabwe. The ruling which led to the removal of the monopoly of the state in telecommunications is generally regarded as one of the key milestones, in opening the African telecommunications sector to private capital.