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As the star in Cindy’s Munyavi’s career continues to shine, more awards are coming her way. The singer was awarded the Young Businesswoman of the Year award at a ceremony held by Zimbabwe Business Awards Council in the capital recently. The awards were meant to recognise individuals and companies that have excelled in their brands and businesses.

In an interview with The Herald Entertainment, the award winner said she was thrilled to be recognised and friends and family for their support.

“I have learnt to expect the unexpected and I think I have to attribute this award to hard work which I think is paying off now. I am excited that more people are beginning to appreciate what I am doing as an artiste and businesswoman.

“I would like to thank my music manager Elton and my shop manager Getrude for their support that has been great. I would not have received this Young Business Woman Award and neither would I have managed to pursue the two careers if it was not for their support,” she said.

Cindy, who won the Best Female Musician in Southern Africa Award in Nigeria recently, said she has lived to be the role model she wanted.

“I am slowly becoming the role model I want to be to most young ladies out there, its all about faith, perseverance and determination that takes one to the top. I hope I inspire many young ladies out there because we cannot just give our bodies to get favours, let’s do something for ourselves,” she said.

The “Parere Moyo” hitmaker is optimistic about the year ahead.

“I have expansion projects coming up. The video I shot in Nigeria is done and will release it soon, I have a new album coming and lastly Cindy’s Fashion Corner is going to be bigger. It’s going to be a year full of activity,” she said.

The artiste, who was among the NAMA nominees for the Outstanding Female artiste, said Cynthia Mare deserved the award.

“I was nominated for the Outstanding Female artiste but Cynthia scooped the award. I think the adjudicators had their qualities for the award and Cynthia had such qualities they were looking for. She deserves it and I am happy for her,” she added.

Source : The Herald

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