Our Team

Jedidah Ndebele


Mrs. Ndebele is one of the founding board members at Genesis Global Finance, and assumed chairmanship of the board in July 2018. She has over 17 years of experience in banking and project management. She holds a Master of Science (Economics) degree from the University of Zimbabwe and a Bachelor of Arts & Social Studies degree from Egerton University. She is certified in Bank Card Management from the London Business School. She served in various capacities with Standard Chartered Bank in Zimbabwe, and is currently a senior official with the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA). Her experience over the years at these international and regional institutions has covered wealth management, lending, customer service, payment systems and project implementation, creating a network of valuable relationships.

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Software Engineer

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Walter Muzunde
Independent Non-Executive Director
Jedidah Ndebele
Rufaro Mhuka
Business Development Manager
Carlton Simbarashe Takawira
Senior Consultant - Corporate Finance
Lisa-Rufaro Marowa
Manager Strategy & Management Consultancy
Felix Kumirai
Managing Consultant
Juliet Zvafadza
Tecla Mapota

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    Genesis Global Finance (Private) Limited (“GGF”), is a regional financial advisory and strategy consultancy services firm with business interests in Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. GGF is a member of the Botswana International Financial Services Centre (“IFSC”). GGF focuses on providing specialist management consultancy and strategic planning consultancy services to private and public companies as well as government ministries and parastatals. GGF is accredited by the Office of the President and Cabinet as one of the experts for the Provision of Consultancy Services for Results Based Strategic Planning for public agencies vide State Procurement Board resolution PBR-1384 of September 29 2011.