Tawanda Mutyebere Biography | Chicken Slice, Music, Education
Tawanda Mutyebere is a Zimbabwean entrepreneur and musician. He founded Packers International, which owns Slice Group, a fast-food chain that comprises Chicken Slice, Creamy Slice, and Pizza Slice.
In addition, Mutyebere established Con-Tools, a company specializing in the supply of tar products and road construction.
From Grades 1 to 4, he attended Ngondyore Primary School in Bikita. Later, he moved to Mashava where he completed his primary education at Gathes Mine Primary School.
He continued his education at Temeraire High School for his secondary education before enrolling at Masvingo Technical School for tertiary education. He then went on to study for ICM and CIS diplomas at the Great Zimbabwe College.
In 2004, he established Con-Tools (Pvt) Limited and currently owns subsidiary companies such as Gas Africa and Blossom Bridal. On May 1, 2010, his company Packers International launched its first project along the Harare-Masvingo highway at the 192km peg in Mvuma. In March and September 2011, the company expanded by opening its second and third food outlets in Harare.
Mutyebere is a renowned gospel musician who has released a number of albums over the years. He is particularly famous for his chart-topping song “Ikoko,” which appears on his album “Anesu.”
Awards And Achievements
In 2010, he was honored with the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce Entrepreneur of the Year award for the Midlands province. Additionally, he has won two Zimbabwe Music Awards for Male Gospel Artiste of the Year, in 2006 and 2007, respectively.
Mutyebere was previously married to Juliane Mutyebere, with whom he had three children. He is currently married to Eunice Mutyebere.
Mutyebere has made notable contributions, particularly in Chirumanzu, Masvingo province. Together with his wife, they identified 40 families in need and provided them with groceries as well as support to start income-generating projects.
He has also played a key role in the construction of a church for the Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe at Chaka.