Simba Bhora owner receives doctorate

Simba Bhora owner Simbarashe Ndoro has been awarded an honorary doctorate in Human Letters by the International Institute of Philanthropy.
Shingi Matibiri, Sports Reporter

HARARE – Simba Bhora owner Simbarashe Ndoro has been awarded an honorary doctorate in Human Letters by the International Institute of Philanthropy.

Doctor of Humane Letters is an honorary degree awarded to those who have distinguished themselves through humanitarian and philanthropic contributions to society.

Ndoro has transformed the Shamva community through his philanthropic work helping the needy as well creating employment and downstream business through his Simba Bhora football club which leads the log standings in the Northern Region Soccer League.

Ndoro said he felt honoured by this recognition.

“To be honest I never expected this. You know when I do things, it’s not about wanting recognition but to help my people. I feel like I owe my people of Shamva and Mashonaland Central province for they raised me to be who I’m now,” Ndoro said.

“I’m really grateful for this doctorate and I would like to thank IPM for this recognition. And I would also want to thank my wife and my family for the support they render to me and the projects that I’m undertaking. I believe God blessed me so that I can also bless other people.”

Ndoro who pays school fees for a number underprivileged children, has also drilled boreholes for communities in Mashonaland Central province through his company Romach Investments. He has also renovated schools and sports facilities in Shamva including Simba Bhora’s home ground Wadzanai stadium.

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