#BREAKING: NetOne Top Executive Resigns

NetOne Marketing Executive, Julliet Ziswa has resigned amid revelations that she has landed a top continental job, TechnoMag can exclusively reveal.

Impeccable sources close to the developments said Ziswa would be moving to East Africa soon where she  will assume a top job. The news comes as a major upset to many who were just looking out for fruits after a year of tillage, but sources at NetOne have confirmed that their highly esteemed Marketing Executive will be serving her last days at the mobile network, as jostling for her post intensifies.

NetOne marketing executive  Juliet Ziswa will be leaving the Mobile Network in the next few months after successfully passing her interviews with a regional organization, leaked a source at 1 Jason Moyo Building.

“Ziswa tendered her resignation letter on 1 June 2017,  and she is now on a 3-month serving notice, set to leave the parastatal end of August this year,” said the source.

Julliet Ziswa Mobilsing her One Fusion Team

This is not her first time to work internationally as she once worked with in Kenya and Dubai before her stint with Unilever Zimbabwe after running a 15 year career in marketing.

She was voted the mega fest marketer of the year 2017 and was part of the new team that has been bringing about transformation with giant reawakening when they launched One Fusion.

The no-nonsense and aggressive Ziswa had built around a strong marketing team that is set to stir the ship and in the process ruffling nonperformers, creating more enemies than friends” said another NetOne Colegue who could not be mentioned.

Juliet who has been in and out of the country since the first quarter is said to have been attending the interviews for the top post which announced in their meeting of her departure and excitement to clinch the African position.

Efforts to get a comment from NetOne Acting CEO Mr Brian Mutandiro were fruitless as his mobile phone was not reachable.

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