Sifundo Chief Moyo

Sifundo Chief Moyo is the Zimpost Postmaster-General. In June 2021, Moyo was elected secretary-general for the Pan African Postal Union (PAPU) making Zimbabwe the first SADC country to clinch the position.

Education

Sifundo Moyo holds a Bsc in Economics from the University of Zimbabwe and an MBA from the National University of Science and Technology.[1] Moyo also holds an Advanced Diploma in Transport and Logistics, and certificates in Street Addressing and Management of Cities and Proficiency in Pension Scheme Trusteeship, among numerous other short courses.[2]

Career

In June 2021, Sifundo Chief Moyo was elected the secretary-general for the PAPU. He landed the post by acclamation during the 10th Ordinary Session of PAPU held in Victoria Falls. Jessica Ssengooba from Postal Uganda was voted deputy secretary-general. She was chosen in line with the principle of geographical representation and gender balance.[3]

Moyo was appointed Zimpost Postmaster-General in January 2020.[1] As Zimpost Postmaster-General, Moyo won an award for Zimpost for outstanding contribution to postal development as a quality of service champion.[2]

He has served in various roles at Zimpost since October 2016. At Zimpost he had been in executive leadership for 13 years as general manager responsible for different portfolios.

He had a four-year stint as the head of the postal and courier services division (2003–2007) for POTRAZ.[4]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Sifundo Chief Moyo, LinkedIn, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: June 29, 2021
  2. 2.0 2.1 Leonard Ncube, Zim’s postal union candidate ready to make nation proud, The Chronicle, Published: June 23, 2021, Retrieved: June 29, 2021
  3. Africa Moyo, Zim lands top PAPU post, The Herald, Published: June 26, 2021, Retrieved: June 29, 2021
  4. LATEST: Sifundo Chief Moyo, Zim candidate for PAPU SG post, The Chronicle, Published: June 16, 2021, Retrieved: June 29, 2021