Zororo Makamba

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Zororo Makamba
Zororo Makamba
Zororo Makamba in the studio at ZiFM Stereo
Born Zororo Makamba
(1990-01-17) January 17, 1990 (age 27)
Harare, Zimbabwe
Residence Harare, Zimbabwe.
Alma mater Michigan State University
Occupation
  • Radio Show Host
  • TV Show Host
Years active 2013–present
Religion Christianity
Parents James Makamba, and Irene Makamba
Relatives Tawanda Makamba, Kushinga Makamba
Website
zororomakamba.com
Twitter @ZororoMakamba
Qualifications Bachelor of Arts degree

Zororo Makamba is a radio and TV show host based in Harare. He is the son of entrepreneur, James Makamba. Makamba is known mostly for hosting several radio shows on ZiFM Stereo which include Impact and the Telecel Chit Chat show. Makamba was also a judge, alongside business mogul Philip Chiyangwa, on a Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation television programme called My Own Boss.[1]

Makamba also does some charity work. He has donated food and the goods to orphans in Zimbabwe.[1]

Career

Makamba has worked for the following companies in various capacities:


In 2015, Zororo launched his show Tonight with Zororo in which basically interviews various people in society from musicians to politicians discussing various issues.[2]

Picture Gallery

Videos

Kushaya Zororo documentary
Zororo on My Own Boss

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Zororo Makamba About Me, Zororo Makamba Website, Retrieved:2 January 2015
  2. Makamba hits the small screen with Tonight with Zororo, The Zimbabwean, Published: July 1, 2015, Retrieved: July 2, 2015