IT WAS a colourful day at the Zimbabwean consulate, when dozens of Zimbabweans living in SA gathered to celebrate the December 16 holidays and commemorate Zororo Phumulani’s third anniversary.
Guests at the fun filled function not only enjoyed a barbeque, where Zim’s Ambassador to SA Isaac Moyo was guest of honour but three lucky Zimbabweans won TV’s in a raffle, which was for Zororo Phumulani members, whose payments are up to date.
During the draw, in which Ambassador Moyo drew the lots, Jefry Hwenhira, Moila Moyo and Medelene Musakwa, walked away with the coveted 32 inch television sets.
‘’We are not only here to celebrate our third anniversary in SA, but also here to thank Zimbabweans for their support in growing the business,” says Zororo Phumulani Operations director Edwin Anderson.
Zororo Phumulani offers a number of funeral and body repatriation packages which allow Zimbabweans living in SA to buy funeral policies to have the bodies of their loved repatriated to all parts of Zimbabwe and the SADC region.
Zororo Phumulani’s , which has become one of the most popular funeral companies for Zimbabweans living in SA, offers packages for as little as R59 per month, some of which include courtesy vehicles.
For convenience for its clients, the company has several offices in different towns in South Africa, such as Johannesburg, Cape Town and Polokwane.
“People can also call or whatsapp us and our centre agents will gladly call back,” adds Anderson.
Previous press reports say that an estimated 400 bodies of dead Zimbabweans are repatriated into the country every month from South Africa making up the highest number of Diaspora deaths.
For more information on Zororo’s products call 081 777 6191 – 4 , 011 615 2192, or 021 827 0618 or alternatively find them on FaceBook on www.facebook.com/zororophumulani. – Patience Rusere