Campaign Team

William Tichaona Chimbetete

Founder and Director

William is a part qualified (CIMA) management accountant and has worked for several organisations in Zimbabwe, Mozambique and the United Kingdom. He has a natural passion for Social Justice, Peace and the reconciliation of the people, in particular Zimbabweans. He has worked as an Assistant Accountant then Budget Manager for Colgate Palmolive Zimbabwe; Regional Finance and Admin Manager for World Relief International for the SADC region based in Maputo, Mozambique; and Assistant Management Accountant for Phoenix Community Housing, England, United Kingdom amongst others.

He believes that this is a special season to reconcile Zimbabweans, a time to reconcile our tribes, political parties, and a time to bring together our civic community, Unions and technocrats so that we can discuss issues, focus on nation building and lead together. In founding ZiNRA in June 2013, William believes that in the context of the, them and us culture, of the present day deeply polarised Zimbabwe; an inclusive movement is a win-win for all people.

Olive Ruvimbo Ruzvidzo

Olive is qualified in marketing and hospitality and has over 20 years experience in customer care hospitality training and business strategy.  She has worked in Zimbabwe and South Africa within Real Estate, Human Capital, Insurance and Finance, FMCG and Hospitality contributing through core marketing strategies and has held management and executive positions for over 15 years.

Olive is a Marketing Practitioner accredited by the Marketers Association of Zimbabwe (MAZ) and Institute of Marketing Management (IMM) South Africa. She is also a hospitality trainer with The Institute, a hotel management training school in Zimbabwe.

Driven by her passion for her country of birth, Olive has been involved in human rights activities through Zimbabwe Human Rights Organisation (ZHRO) and is currently the vice chairman of the Restoration of Human Rights (ROHR) Midlands branch in the UK.

She believes that if one wants to see change, one needs to be the change they want to see.

She is currently training to be a local preacher within the Methodist church in England and through this hope to inspire reconciliation and restorative healing within the Zimbabwean communities, led by Christian principles.

She has recently joined ZiNRA to align her aspirations with the organisation’s vision and rebuild Zimbabwe