Barbara Rwodzi Age, Pan Wikipedia, Husband And Net Worth

How Old Is Barbara Rwodzi? Wikipedia Details To Follow

How Old Is Barbara Rwodzi? Wikipedia Details To Follow

Barbara Rwodzi at a young age of below 30 has already become a representative of the constituency. Stay with the article to find out more about Barbara.

Barbara is a Member of the Parliament of Zimbabwe. Besides a successful political career, she has a line of successful businesses.

She is the CEO of BarRue Knitwear, a successful garment business that exports handmade products. 

Barbara represented Zimbabwe at the Pan-African Parliament. She was present at the Pan-African Parliament election, where chaos broke out.

She seriously impressed the audience when she asserted herself in the chaotic room among uncouth men. Barbara talked about enforcing strict health protocols.

Barbara Rwodzi Age And Wikipedia

Barbara Rwodzi’s age might be in the mid-30s.

Despite being a successful politician and businessperson, Barbara is not on Wikipedia.

However, she has an updated LinkedIn profile with the details of her career and education.

Barbara was born and raised in Chirumanzu.

She graduated with her IGCSE from Serima High School and Gokomere.

In 2012, Rwodzi received her Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Leadership and Corporate Governance from the Nottingham Trent Uni

Barbara Rwodzi’s Husband 

Barbara Rwodzi and her husband prefer to stay away from the limelight.

Talking about her family, Rwodzi’s father-in-law is a member of Zanu-PF, Aaron Simbanegavi. Her father was a war veteran and a member of the Zimbabwe National Army.

She hardly talks about her family and husband during her interviews.

What Is Barbara Rwodzi’s Net Worth?

Barbara Rwodzi’s net worth might be in the millions, given her successful career in business and politics.

She is also the CEO and Managing Director of MED Zimbabwe. She started her position as Zimbabwe’s renewable energy leader in February 2013.

She is on the EMA boards at the Environmental Management Agency of Zimbabwe.

According to the Swisher Post, Barbara is also an alumnus in the African Women’s Entrepreneurship Program (AWEP), among other organizations.

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