In Conversation with: Mavusana

Mavusana- Zimbabwean Entreprenuer

Mavusana is a young Zimbabwean who is Bulawayo born and bred, very much a local boy with world dreams. Currently he can be heard on Friday Night with ATM on Pie Radio, a Manchester youth led radio station.

Where did your love for radio come from?

It came from loving music, connecting with people understanding having a voice can go a long way. I applied to get into a channel that was meant to start in Bulawayo however it never happened even today its non-existent so when the opportunity rose at Pie Radio, I had to jump in with no hesitation.

How did you get to be part of Friday Night with ATM

I had expressed my interest in being on the radio to one of the managers at Pie Radio. They were like yeah, I could do that even though I had just said it the fact that they did consider me motivated me that I could actually be in the show.

Apart from music what are you most passionate about in life? 

I’m passionate about making a difference, self-development for all, I love to see others do well.

What other projects are you part of and what is your role?

Being a father to my son and being responsible for our household is my lifetime project, I do have other projects cooking looking to set some grounds in Zimbabwe. Considering to be a motivational speaker in the long run.

Tell us more about Dapper FMS.

This is a cleaning service founded by myself and my friend who is my business partner, we are still finding our feet, but we are certainly growing looking back to when we started two years ago.

What is the best advice that you have ever been given?

Mavusana- young zimbabwean

If you can’t buy it twice you can’t afford it and stay in my lane.

What has been your favourite moment of 2019 so far?

Lots, however the main one for me was understanding I’m responsible for me, my happiness, in life they will be always challenges I should ensure I don’t let get to me.

How would you like to be remembered?

For helping someone being the best version of themselves or realising their strength.

What advice can you offer to other young creatives/entrepreneurs?

Don’t let social media fool you, life is real out here. Stay true to yourself and never ever give up!

What are you most proud of about being Zimbabwean?

Knowing who I am, being raised by a loving family and assurance I have no limits I can be anything I want to be.

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