Young entrepreneurs from Evelyn High School to represent Zimbabwe in the Africa Company of the year competition to be held in Mauritius from the 24th to the 26th of February this year.
The Africa Coy or the Africa Company of the year is an event to celebrate entrepreneurial achievements of students across Africa, and this year’s theme is “innovation with grit”.
One of the participants of the Africa Coy says that the theme is inspired by the need for young people to demonstrate a sense of resilience and adaptable to overcome the challenges that have happened globally in the entrepreneurship space given by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nyasha Mganiwa, Vanessa Chitura, Nadia sadiki and Khulisani Ndlovu are the young girls who founded the Mystery Munch Company and will represent both Bulawayo and Zimbabwe in the Africa Coy in Mauritius
Nyasha Mganiwa says “Mystery Munch Company is a business that produces a no bake organic energy bar that comprises of mainly oats, raisins and honey. The idea was inspired by the need for young people to have breakfast in the morning.”
Leading to the Company’s success, the young girls faced some challenges as stated by Mganiwa, “Like any other Company we faced challenges like Lack of Cooperation from the team, we are a student run business and it was difficult for us at first to juggle both school work and the production but then we learnt to use each other’s weaknesses to strengthen each other.”
The girls wish to bring many trophies as possible from Mauritius and to make Zimbabwe proud.
Let us go all out and support the Mystery Munch Company