BOAF Inducts Carlton Tawanda Munyaradzi to Africa’s 10,000 Points of Light
“It is my distinct honor and privilege on behalf of the Banking on Africa’s Future (BOAF), to welcome Mr. Carlton Tawanda Munyaradzi to the prestigious 10,000 Points of Light (POL) being individuals who seek solutions to the challenges of unemployment, inequality and poverty, understand that his government alone cannot solve the challenges being faced by the masses. The foundation of our future relies heavily on our abilities to interconnect and find lasting solutions for our future,” said Mr. Stanley Karombo an executive member of the 1873 FM radio www.the1873fm.com and the 1873 Network.
Mr. Munyaradzi is a Zimbabwean, who is empowering the under- privileged and the down-trodden mostly in rural communities.
His started his company Carlchem in 2018. The company deals with motor industrial chemicals, additives and household detergents. His company provides a one-stop supplier of affordable cleaning materials and services including cleaning, hygiene and deep cleaning for people in Zimbabwe.
“My passion for industrial and home chemicals is driven by the need to address the challenges in chemical sector on the continent and as a young person my role is also to inspire others to see themselves as drivers of change in our communities,” said Mr. Munyaradzi.
Besides being a businessman, Mr. Munyaradzi, a fearing person works with the wing of Mercy ministries Founder Apostle B Majuru now in South Africa to assist the less-privileged, windows and orphans.
“My burden and eager is to help and empower the less privileged orphans, windows by all means necessary,” he added.
His organization partners with other organizations, as a grass roots based organisation to empower the rural communities.
“We do training workshops for (them) and also work with non-governmental organizations empowering groups with a vision being to share our expertise of making washing detergents.
Ms. Nattalley Otto, who hosts the show, Connecting Africa on the 1873 FM radio, said, “I am inspired that young people are setting up companies that deal with industrial and house hold needs and making a difference in securing a brighter future for all, by standing for and doing something, thereby uplifting communities.”