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Fashionista goes to new heights despite Zim economy.

Hwange fashion designer Mandisi Samuel Khoza founder of Ndasa trends is proving beyond doubt that the Zimbabwean economy cannot stop anyone from giving back to the community.

Khoza’s fashion dreams arose after he was nominated as one of Bulawayo’s smartest man in a modelling show in recent years. The creative individual decided to impose his dreams to reality when he opened up a fashion academy where he teaches people how to dress for all kinds of occasions. He has great visions of seeing the academy grow in years to come.

Ndasa trends has improved people’s social life as they look presentable and all this comes at zero costs. “l was shocked to know there was a guy in town who taught people how to dress for different occasions for free. I went there a couple of times and truly my dressing has improved. It’s amazing how some people have no eye for profit making but have people at heart,” said Sthembiso Mpofu a lady who benefited from Ndasa trends.

Ndasa trends has been giving out t-shirts to the less privileged as a way of comforting them in their sorrowful situations. “I wish I could do so much for my community that is looked down upon. I believe in art and I am working on building my name in all possible ways l can. With the help of various sponsors who believe in my vision, I manage to teach people how to dress and look presentable for free. Very soon l hope to bring up a fashionably sophisticated nation by God’s grace,” stated Khoza in a tweet a few days back.

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