Ginimbi loved his country! 3 Times Ginimbi Showed His Softer Side

Ginimbi loved his country! 3 Times Ginimbi Showed His Softer Side

The business socialite was known for splashing his money in clubs, cars, houses, vacations etc. But one of the richest business figures in Zimbabwe had a heart and a soft spot for his country. Seeing that he also comes from an impoverished background, he found ways to give back to his country and empower the youth any possible way he can.

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Here are some of the ways the tycoon has played his art in the betterment of society.

Celebs For Change

What started off as an initiative to change the country’s entertainment industry, transpired to become an initiative for the betterment of humanity.

Initially his main goal was to transform the entertainment industry and make it as big as that of neighbouring countries.

He then joined the show business full-time by getting his promoters license from the Nationals Arts Council and then proceeded to opening a nightclub. His promotion company ‘G Entertainment’ handled the performances.

Club Sankayi was a way to draw in celebrities, not only in Zimbabwe but from Africa. These celebrities would change the scenery in the country. In a better light, celebrities started coming together to raise funds for social ills affecting Southern Africa.

In South Africa he gathered celebrities to raise money and rebuild a dilapidated school. He held a function where celebrities pay for selfies with their favourite celebrity. He managed to raise almost R1 Million.

$40 000 for Gombwe

Dancehall pioneer Winky D had an album launch party for his project Gombwe. Ginimbi was the guest of honour and he made an astonishing move by purchasing the first copy of the album at a whopping $40 000.

It is the highest amount ever paid for an album launch.

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