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Najesu Zvinoita Group

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Bindura, Mashonaland Central Province, Zimbabwe / Food

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A loan helped to restock ingredients for making her beverages as well as increase groceries in her tuck shop.


Najesu Zvinoita Group's story

Letwin is a 46-year-old mother of four children. Only one of the four is school-going. She is married, and her husband is a builder. They all are living 100 km outside Harare in Bindura town.

Letwin has a business of making beverages and supplying them to local tuckshops. How she got to start the business of making beverages was through her passion for learning new things. She attended a workshop where she was taught how to mix ingredients in order to make drinks and she made it a point to start her own beverage company.

Each week she produces 50 to 60 litres. She buys bottles which she uses to package her drinks. She has 2 litre and 5 litre bottles. After packaging she puts a label on every bottle. For delivery she hires a car which she uses to move from one tuck shop to the other. She then collects her money on her next delivery and this is how she runs her business.

Not only does she sell beverages, she also does grocery selling. She has a cabin at her house. Currently she is focusing on selling basic commodities like sugar, cooking and salts. She wants to use her loan to restock ingredients for making her beverages as well as increase groceries in her tuck shop.