Converged state owned mobile network operator, NetOne has embarked on a series of social and corporate responsibility programs as part of their drive to reach out to communities.

The second largest mobile network operator last week reignited its long standing partnership with the National Blood Services Zimbabwe following a donation of $25 000 towards blood donation activities.

In his remarks, Netone Chief Executive Officer, Lazarus Muchenje said “NetOne remains committed to providing support to life, saving institutions and our values resonate with this year’s theme, which says: Blood donation as an action of solidarity”   

NetOne also graced the Mushamukadzi Charity Dinner on Saturday as the mobile network operator extends its social corporate responsibility through funding cancer awareness programs.

Here are some of the social corporate responsibility programs executed by NetOne so far and shared on social media platforms by the operator’s executives:

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Lazarus Muchenje@LazarusMuchenje

NetOne is supporting the Bulawayo Arts Awards as well as cleanliness in Bulawayo. We encourage all of you to support local arts starting today.@NetOneCellular @ShereniDr @DubeElmah @263Chat @dean_plessis

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NetOne CEO @LazarusMuchenje and Executive Marketing @ShereniDr here to pledge their support for the blood drive campaign.

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Lazarus Muchenje@LazarusMuchenje

We had a wonderful day yesterday when I paid a courtesy call on the Commissioner General of The ZRP. We discussed how to make Harare safer for Zimbabweans as well how NetOne can collaborate with the Police as NetOne is committed to the renewal of the Harare CBD. @NetOneCellular


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