Connie Ferguson to visit Zim

South African television queen, Connie Ferguson, is set to visit Harare this Friday.

The trip which is being organized by Zimbabwean socialite and businesswoman, Zodwa Mkandla is slated for May 6 and 7 with the main event sponsored by Nedbank for Saturday.

She will proceed to a Woman in Business event in Avondale, Harare to share her business tips as a successful entrepreneur.

The Harare visit is part of a regional tour that includes Botswana.

Mkandla who is hosting the multi-award winning media personality through her foundation said:

“Connie Ferguson finally is coming to Zimbabwe she lands on the 6th of May in the afternoon and we have got a dinner that will be hosted by Zodwa Mkandla Foundation I think from 6pm to 12 midnight. We are going to have so much entertainment and people are going to get some time to interact with Connie Ferguson and get some pictures,” she said.

Nedbank Zimbabwe marketing and communication officer, Mary-Anne Kwidini, said:

“The Nedbank event will be an SME conference which will be held on Saturday and it will be by invitation. We will invite SMEs with women in business that will come through and interact with Connie where she will share her journey and her business markets to how she has become a multi-millionaire as a businesswoman in Africa.”

Ferguson is also an author, speaker, producer and co-founder of production company Ferguson Films which she co-founded with her late husband Shona Ferguson.

On the 13th and 14th of May, Ferguson will also visit Botswana to inspire entrepreneurs and creative through a business seminar.

Meanwhile last weekend, Ferguson celebrated her late husbands, Shona, on his heavenly birthday.

Connie shared a long tribute to her beloved husband on what would have been his birthday on 30 April.

“The lives you touched and continue to touch! You were and truly are one of kind! You will never be forgotten, Mr Sho! May you continue to rest in peace, Shona” said Connie.

Charmaine Brown

Charmaine Brown is 27 years old, media personnel. She studied Media and Society Studies (2017-2020) at Midlands State University in Zimbabwe. Charmaine had an internship at The Herald and presently is an entertainment journalist for My Afrika Magazine. She currently lives in Harare.

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