Zimpapers came tops at ZITF last week in Bulawayo outshining other companies.
The category being one of twenty where the exhibitors were awarded for their efforts. The media house has apparently been scooping awards the past years and looks like it is still going on.
In the previous years Zimpapers scooped the best Zimbabwe packaging, plastics, stationery, publishing and printing sector award.
The Zimpapers group publishes The Herald, The Chronicle, The Sunday Mail, Sunday News ,Manica Post , B-Metro, H-metro, Kwayedza, Umthunywa , Southern Times and ZimTravel. Over the years the company has gone digital as they are now offering mobile news hub as well as online classifieds and hate it or love it it appears Zimpapers has the widfest readership in the country.
”We are excited at this latest recognitionof our efforts as a business.We are constantly innovating and growing and we believe that is why we remain relevant. We thank the market for its belief in the Zimpaper’s brand even as we continue to move into non-tradditonal frontiers such as broadcasting and digitalo plartforms as evidenced by the Digihub pproject and mobile news plartforms,” she said.
Tonhodzai went on to applaud platforms such as ZITF for allowing them to showcase their products at the same time networking with their clients and other businesses that will be exhibiting showing them the media solutions that Zimpapers can offer to help push their businesses.
She said, ”As a fully integrated media house with diverse interests , we remain the most effective way of reaching out to the largest audiences.We owe this latest award to the hardworking team we have at Zimpapers.It is their work that makes Zimpapers great.”