Divine Ndhlukula wins Zimbabwe’s Private Sector Leader of the Year Award

Women dominated the Zimbabwe Institute of Management 2017 Leadership Excellence awards that were presented in Harare this month, with Securico Security Services founder, Divine Ndhlukula, picking up the prestigious Private Sector Leader of the Year award.  She received the award for her ongoing contribution to management excellence in the country in the preceding year and for being an example and inspiration for others to emulate.

Divine is also the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce president. The awards are given out annually as a way of recognising, developing and promoting leadership excellence at senior and executive levels, targeting managers in the country. The aim is to bridge the gap between theory and practice in business. In the Small to Medium Enterprises category of the awards, Dr Marah Hativagone who is managing director for Codchem and Baztech managing director Mrs Caroline Chirima were first and second runner up respectively.

About Divine Ndhlukula

Divine Ndhlukula founded SECURICO Security Services from humble beginnings in Zimbabwe in 1998. Divine identified a need in the market for a quality oriented security company and she has driven SECURICO to become the market leader in Zimbabwe. She has tackled a previously male-dominated industry head on and her business success story is nothing short of remarkable – marking her as one of Africa’s most tenacious and inspiring women entrepreneurs. SECURICO today provides its clients with a complete security solution – uniformed armed officers, armoured vehicles for transportation of valuables, onsite banking, trained guard dogs, and electronic security systems. The company also does private investigations, employee vetting, and security consulting.