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.
Sifundo Moyo holds a Bsc in Economics from the University of Zimbabwe and an MBA from the National University of Science and Technology. 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.
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.
Moyo was appointed Zimpost Postmaster-General in January 2020. As Zimpost Postmaster-General, Moyo won an award for Zimpost for outstanding contribution to postal development as a quality of service champion.
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.
- Sifundo Chief Moyo, LinkedIn, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: June 29, 2021
- Leonard Ncube, Zim’s postal union candidate ready to make nation proud, The Chronicle, Published: June 23, 2021, Retrieved: June 29, 2021
- Africa Moyo, Zim lands top PAPU post, The Herald, Published: June 26, 2021, Retrieved: June 29, 2021
- LATEST: Sifundo Chief Moyo, Zim candidate for PAPU SG post, The Chronicle, Published: June 16, 2021, Retrieved: June 29, 2021