BOAF Inducts Michael Gondo to Africa’s 10,000 Points of Light
“On behalf of the Banking on Africa’s Future (BOAF), it is my pleasure and honour to welcome Mr. Michael Gondo to the prestigious 10,000 Points of Light (POL) club, as number (BOAF020) towards our target of 10,000 names in the BOAF, for his role in getting involved in charity and giving back to the communities,” said Stanley Karombo, a member of the BOAF initiative powered by The 1873 FM www.the1873fm.com and The 1873 Network, www.the1873network.org.
Mr. Gondo is the founder of Michael and Cleopatra Gondo foundation. The foundation focusses on education in poor areas. “We feel we can make a difference in our community – in education, health care, public service and church ministries,” said Gondo.
“We consider this both the right thing to do and a small but necessary contribution toward a society full of hope for all humanity,” he added.
Mr. Gondo also dispatched some valuable advice to the youngsters on spending, saving and growing money during the Sandton Express breakfast show hosted by Tinashe Mupasiri of the www.the1873fm.com on Wednesday.
“Look at money as your seed. Don’t eat your seed,” Gondo said.
Mr. Gondo is a finance graduate, who attained a Master of Administration degree from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. He is an impeccable entrepreneur, inspired by the need to provide solutions to individuals.
“I am humbled that the 1873 FM radio has given me a platform to use share my experiences and insights into how best we can help in building bridges in a divided society like ours.
I am excited about this BOAF-POL initiative as it seeks to provoke, ignite and inspire a new generation of actors in the field of sports,” said Mr. Gondo.
According to his LinkedIn account, Mr. Gondo worked for Liberty Group South Africa for four years, managing director: Emerging Consumer Market. For more of his expertise and work experience, follow this:https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-gondo-0a889629/?trk=public-profile-join-page.
“Despite challenging economic circumstances, individuals in South Africa – particularly the younger generation – continue to give of their time and money to assist individuals and communities in need,” said Stanley Karombo,a member of The 1873 FM www.the1873fm.com and The 1873 Network, www.the1873network.org