Doves to Honour Pledge to ‘Take Money’

By Entertainment Reporter
Zororo Phumulani, the South African based company managing the funeral services provider, Doves Zimbabwe has pledged to honor Zimbabwean female Bantamweight boxer, Kudakwashe ‘Take Money’ Chiwandire at their office in Harare next week.

“We made a pledge of $1000.00(Usd) should Kuda be successful, and we will be honouring our pledge on Monday the 24th of October 2022 at our sister company Doves Zimbabwe Head Office (157 Harare Street, main boardroom at 2pm).” Zororo Phumulani/Doves Zimbabwe Public Relations Manager, Innocent Tshuma said in a Press statement.

The funeral services provider congratulated the boxer following her victory over Mexican Zulina Munoz in Harare last week.
“Zororo Phumulani Powered by Doves Zimbabwe, the leading funeral and repatriation service provider based in South Africa congratulates the WBC Champion on her successful and emphatic victory over Mexico’s Zulina Munoz.” The statement further emphasised.

The company emphasised that they continue to support the female boxer as they have always stood with her from the start of her quest to glory.

“As Zororo Phumulani Powered by Doves Zimbabwe, our journey with Kudakwashe Chiwandire started when we assisted her with air tickets to Zambia, where she defeated Catherine Phiri to become the WBC Interim Bantamweight Champion earlier this year.We also gave Kuda a befitting red carpet welcome when she came to South Africa for her training camp in August.”

The legendary Moses Chunga is expected to be the Guest of honour at the event as the company committed to continually support the boxer.
“Makorokoto, Amhlope, Congratulations to Kudakwashe “Take Money” Chiwandire on your victory. We will be there with you as you continue to conquer.” Tshuma also said.

Take Money won the bout at the HICC at an event that saw Deputy Minister of Sport, Arts and recreation Tino Machakaire giving US$10000 to the boxer.

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