Board of Trustees
Davidzo is the Financial Controller and Director of Unki Mines and is the Principal Officer of the Anglo American Pension Funds. Davidzo has over 20 years' experience in the finance and accounting field. She is the current chairman of the Generation Medical Aid Fund. She currently sits on the CABS and Bishopslea Preparatory School for Girls Boards. She has chaired the ZAPF Board, (Zimbabwe Association of Pension Funds).
Davidzo holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Hon) degree in Finance from NUST and is an associated member of the global chartered management accountancy body CIMA.
Davidzo is married with two daughters.
David currently works as a Business Training and Consultancy for Brinski Investments T/A Brooklands Farm as The GroupFinance Director & Company Secretary. In the past 23 years, he has worked for Zimnat Life Assurance, Fidelity Asset Management, Fidelity Life Assurance, Doves Funeral Services, Fidelity Life Assurance, Comptroller and Auditor General, Ministry Of Health holding positions as the Finance Director & Company Secretary, Finance Manager and Auditor.
David holds an Association Of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) (UK) qualification, Master Of Business Administration (ZOU), CIS – Diploma, Bachelor Of Technology In Accountancy – Honours (UZ). David is a current Director of Brinski Investments. In 2006 to 2007 he sat on the Zimnat Life Assurance, Sovereign Health and Joina Development Company Boards under TA Holdings Group.
David is an entrepreneur and he is a Director of B.E.S.T. Academy College and Boulger Construction to date.
Fungai Makoni is the Managing Director of Mimosa Mines.He joined Mimosa in December 2004 as Finance Executive in the Harare Office and was appointed Company Secretary in April 2005.He was subsequently appointed to the position of General Manager Finance and Administration on 1 October 2007. Fungai was appointed Commercial Director with effect from 1st January 2013.On 1st April 2013, Fungai, was appointed to the position of Managing Director for Mimosa Mining Company.
Fungai trained with Deloitte and Touché in Zimbabwe before joining Zimasco in 2002.
Fungai is an occasional golfer and enjoys watching cricket and soccer. He also enjoys reading literature of a factual and historical nature
Shireen Omarshah has been working in the mining industry for the last twelve years. She obtained a Bachelor of Law Degree (BL) and a Bachelor of Law (Honours) Degree (LLB. (Hons) ) with the University of Zimbabwe in 1985 and 1987 respectively. In 1988 she obtained a Master of Law (LLM) degree from the University of Cambridge.
Shireen has had a varied and interesting career. She initially joined Modus Publications in 1980 where she worked as an Editorial and Production Assistant with a view to a career in journalism. She then switched career paths and decided to pursue legal studies and join the legal profession. Whilst studying she continued to work for Modus Publications on a part –time basis and worked for a short period as a prosecutor at the Harare Magistrates Court.
Shireen is registered legal practitioner and member of the Law Society. Her legal career includes:
Working for the law firm Messrs Joseph and Alexander as a Legal Practitioner from 1989 until November 1990. She worked for Sedgwick Forbes Insurance as a Legal Adviser from December 1990 to 1993. In December 1993 Shireen returned to legal practice and joined Messrs Surgey Pittman & Kerswell. During this period from June 1994 to December 1994 she lectured part-time in Law at the Open learning Centre to ACCA students. In 1997 she rejoined the insurance industry and worked for First Mutual Life Insurance Society, now a public listed company as Team Leader – Legal Services. Whilst working for the insurance industry she was Chairperson of the Life Offices Association Legal Subcommittee, a member of the Zimbabwe Association of Pension Funds Legal Subcommittee and a consultant to the Insurance Employers Association.
She then joined Zimasco (Pvt) Ltd as the Company Secretary and Legal Advisor in August 2003 a position she holds to date, save for a period of two years when she held the post of Company Secretary and General Counsel at the public listed company Riozim Ltd between 2013 to 2015.
In 2004 she served as a Trustee of the Legal Resources Foundation Board.
She is a Member of Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe Indigenisation Subcommittee and Legislation Subcommittee and acts as consultant to the Chamber of Mines on various other areas affecting the mining industry.