Popular South Arica and businessman DJ Sbu will spend Sunday afternoon at Hartsfield Tshisa Nyama mixing and mingling with fans as he launches his energy drink Mo Faya in the country.
“I’ll be in Bulawayo on Sunday so come and chill out with us at Hartsfield Tshisa Nyama. I’m excited to be in the country,” said DJ Sbu.
The drink that was launched in South Africa last year will be unveiled to the local public at Choppies supermarkets in Bulawayo as Sbu seeks to expand his business to the rest of Africa. The meet and greet with fans will be at Choppies Sekusile in Nkulumane, Choppies Bulawayo Centre and Choppies Entumbane.
Sbu, who flew into the country yesterday, will be a guest speaker at The Shift – an initiative by Afirmative Action Group chairman Chamu Chiwanza meant to emancipate and empower youths in Harare today. Through The Shift, young entrepreneurs are invited to inspire fellow youths through sharing their knowledge on entrepreneurship.
DJ Sbu’s Mo Faya will be launched in Zimbabwe despite the fact that it was not certified by the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS), a body responsible for regulating the quality of South African goods.