Glorianne Francis "Glo Diamond"

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Glo Diamond, Glorainne Francis
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BornGlorainne
Occupation
  • Entrepreneur
  • Public Relations Professional
OrganizationGloramo Concierge & African Partnership Ltd

Glo Diamond, Real name Glorainne Francis is a UK based ZImbabwean entrepreneur.

Background

Glorainne attended Girls High School until she completed A-Level. After working at the Casinos in Harare, left Zimbabwe at the age of 18 to settle in the United Kingdom. There, without any family she became destitute and had to be taken in by a Zimbabwean nurse after she had been admitted and then released from hospital due to Hyperthermia.

On September 3 2016 she was injured in a car crash that killed her friend Belinda Mutinhiri who was the daughter of the Minister of State for Mashonaland East Province retired Brigadier-General Ambrose Mutinhiri and former Zanu PF MP Tracy Mutinhiri.

The accident happened in the early morning hours along Borrowdale Road. She is currently recuperating at her mother's home in Braeside, Harare

She got her first job at McDonalds where I was earning £3.40 per hour.[1]

Career

Glorainne then started organising shows starting with the Zambian Independence celebrations for the UK Diaspora. Eventually she started bringing artists to the UK to perform. Such artists as Brenda Fassie, Oliver Mtukudzi, Temptations and others. She has also done public relations work for Evander Holyfield, Mike Tyson and others.

Glorianne is the CEO of Gloramo Concierge & PR Ltd and Director for African Partnership Ltd

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References

  1. Michael Shoko, From being homeless to building an Empire: The story of Zimbabwe’s Glo Diamond, Zimbuzz, Published:24 Aug 2016 , Retrieved: 9 September 2016