Ken's Businesses

Over the years I have been involved in over 100 businesses and owned more than 50 companies and 20 partnerships. I started in food distribution and manufacturing local beverages like Spring Valley mineral water and African Twist Soft Drinks; we were first in Zimbabwe with PET in 1999. However, I sold many of the companies and today we are focused on real estate development and property.

Ken's Businesses

Over the years I have been involved in over 100 businesses and owned more than 50 companies and 20 partnerships. I started in food distribution and manufacturing local beverages like Spring Valley mineral water and African Twist Soft Drinks; we were first in Zimbabwe with PET in 1999. However, I sold many of the companies and today we are focused on real estate development and property.

My vision now is to consolidate our property assets into the most prominent real estate development company in Zimbabwe with high-quality prestigious properties making an impact not only in the Harare skyline but also to make a difference in the overall social-economic growth of the country. 

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I also have several projects and companies outside the country in services, property, tech and alternative power generation.

My heart is broken for the unemployed, and underemployed. This may be “economics” to others, but to me, it is about the dignity and value of humanity. I think I get what Jesus’ parable is about in the story of the ‘workers in the vineyard and paying them the same wage regardless of when they joined’: God’s passion to impart value to all and irrelevance to none. When I hear about the millions of mortgage failures, with millions more on the way, I know behind each and every one of them is a sense of failure and a loss of dignity or hope for those who once had the joy, many of them for the first time, of owning their own homes. When I learn something about manipulated and inaccurate statistics given to us concerning unemployment numbers, or I see the latest figures, these are not just numbers to me. They are unfulfilled lives, men and women facing the challenges of being unable to provide for themselves or others and experiencing the declining challenge of believing in their own self-worth. Economics indeed must measure things but those “things” are ultimately about real people’s lives. I believe a person cannot feed his family with a vote in either the right or wrong government however true emancipation can only come from the provision of sustainable employment to improve the livelihoods of people. My heart is to be able to bring investment and provide jobs to Zimbabweans.