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Denny Marandure appointed CEO Liquid Tanzania , Zanzibar

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Former ZOL Zimbabwe CEO Mr Denny Marandure has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Liquid Tanzania (Raha) and Zanzibar (Zanlink) with immediate effect, TechnoMag can reveal.

Speaking to a senior Liquid Telecom executive, the source indeed confirmed that Marandure has left his South African base for the latest appointment.

“Raha Limited announced today, 13th of August, the appointment of Mr. Denny Marandure to the position of Chief Executive Officer for Raha Limited, Tanzania and Zanzibar” said an official.

A quick look up on his LinkedIn account has also confirmed the movement, as Marandure updated his account

Marandure was the Liquid Telecom South Africa Client Executive responsible for Business Development for Cloud & Digital Services, after leaving ZOL Zimbabwe .

Denny Marandure has previously worked in the executive teams for Liquid Intelligent Technologies in South Africa leading the Enterprise, Cloud and Digital sales teams.

With over twenty-seven years of experience in finance, analytics, business development and management, Denny is a vastly experienced executive leader with wide-ranging global experience of providing value to large international global and dynamic Fortune 500 companies.

He has previously worked for multinational companies such as IBM, PWC (Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP), Verizon Communications, Zol Zimbabwe as well as Liquid Telecom.

The executive is now assigned with the a bigger role of Tanzanian and Zanzibar job, another budding market for Liquid Intelligent, as the IAP keeps growing across the continent.

Zanzibar is a Tanzanian archipelago off the coast of East Africa. On its main island, Unguja, familiarly called Zanzibar, is Stone Town, a historic trade center with Swahili and Islamic influences.

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