Total loan: $1,700
Chihota, Mashonaland East Province, Zimbabwe / Retail
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Kumboyedza Group's story
Aged 41, Sarudzai is still an energetic and passionate business lady who has drastically transformed her humble beginnings into something significant. She is not showing any signs of turning back. Based at Nenguwo, a growth point in Chihota, Sarudzai is a single mother of two children, who are still attending school, and she strives to provide the best she can for her family. She has been running her good grocery store for close to seven years now and it has been her main source of income. She has been having concerns about expanding her business as she says her market share has been increasing and she dreams of opening a number of grocery outlets at the growth point. She has since approached Thrive Microfinance for loans. With her profits from previous loans, she has managed to buy a commercial stand at Nenguwo growth point, which she is building her shop on. Now on her seventh loan, she has used the amount she got to restock more groceries for her store.