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    Kurangwa releases book on entrepreneurship

    Adrian Kurangwa.

    TARIRO MACHOKOTO

    ZVISHAVANE- Adrian Kurangwa(28) from the mining town of Zvishavane has released a book that encourages the youth to venture into business after college since there are no jobs.
    Kurangwa who named his first book ‘Entrepreneurship and the Young Zimbabwean’ poured his heart out for his passion for writing and seeing the youth in the country venturing in income generating projects since there are no jobs due to the economic downturn facing Zimbabwe.
     “The current economic situation in Zimbabwe inspired me to write this book “Entrepreneurship and the Young Zimbabwean” because there is high unemployment rate in the country yet more graduates are being churned out every year. I thought this would go a long way in assisting young people to start their own things,” said Kurangwa.
    He also expressed dislike for youths who concentrate on politics instead of creating employment for themselves.
    He added that he spends much of his time researching on what is happening in the country and problems affecting the youths.
    Kurangwa graduated with a degree in Vertinary Science at University of Zimbabwe in 2015.
    He did attended Gresham Primary Zvishavane and Chegato High School in Mberengwa in 2008.
    Kurangwa is also running a grassroots music company Sam Music Zimbabwe which focuses more on talent scouting, artists management, promotion and he recently promoted the Family of Praise Concert for Comfort Phiri and Richman Dhamiso at Newbase Construction Hall in Zvisahavane.
    He is also a founder of a gospel music movement called Radical Generation in Zvishavane.
    The multitalented entrepreneur is also a graphic designer, videographer, business coach and motivational speaker.

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