TelOne, NetOne Community Outreach Programs In Pictures

Converged state owned telecom giants TelOne and NetOne have embarked on a series of community projects aimed at reinvesting their proceeds back to various society groups. The two operators have been funding various corporate social responsibility programs which include donations to the National Blood Services Zimbabwe, unlocking sponsorship for football clubs and also sponsoring the development of technological solutions through the recently held OneMoney Mobile Money Hackathon.

Here is NetOne and TelOne’s story in pictures as the two sister companies continue to join hands in various community projects:

Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of ICT and Cybersecurity – Dr. Engineer Sam Kundishora officially opening the OneMoney Mobile Financial Services Hackathon at HICC last Friday.
NetOne’s Head of Financial Services – Nkosinathi Ncube flanked by FinMark Trust representative Nikki Kettles and TelOne officials during the official opening of the OneMoney Hackathon. Picture By Eng. Shingie Lev Muringi 
NetOne Chief Executive Officer – Lazarus Muchenje hands over an $80,000 sponsorship for Chapungu FC to the clubs hierarchy headed by Airforce of Zimbabwe’s Air Commodore Masera 
NetOne CEO – Lazarus Muchenje and the company’s new Brand Ambassador – Madam Boss are flanked by Air Commodores for the Airforce of Zimbabwe during the official cheque handover of Chapungu FC sponsorship package.  
POTRAZ Official – George Manyaya closely following the proceedings during a panel discussion at the OneMoney Hackathon Launch.
Bulawayo’s Tech Village Founder – Takunda Chingonzo closely following conversations during the OneMoney Hackathon
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