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    Friday, 22 February 2019

    Mvuma businessman to reopen supermarket


    MIRIAM MANGWAYA
    CHIVHU BUREAU

    MVUMA –
    Mvuma businessman Crispen Thomu will reopen his Nice Time Supermarket, the biggest grocery shop in Mvuma that was shut down at the height of commodity shortages in October last year.
    Thomu told The Mirror that the supermarket which is in the centre of Mvuma will be reopened in March this year.
    Thomu told The Mirror in an interview that he decided to suspend operations after realising that the supermarket was no longer generating income.
    He said he is working on some staff development strategies to create a new brand and maximise profits when the shop reopens.
    “I am considering hiring a qualified manager to ensure smooth running of operations when the supermarket reopens,” he said.
    He said he was optimistic that there will be an economic turnaround soon which will spur business to higher heights.
    “During the last quarter of the year, we had nothing in our warehouses and we were not getting commodities from suppliers. Our sales had slumped hence we were trading at a loss so I decided to suspend the operations until the economic situation stabilises,” said Thomu.
    Thomu is running Spar Supermarkets under franchise in Mvuma and Chivhu. He has many other businesses in several towns and cities throughout the country, employing more than 100 people.
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    1. Looking for work am a student at msu doing business management part-time so any job vacancies would sincerely be appreciated

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