Pure Oil Industries was formed with a big vision to not only make profit, but to also serve society and impact it in a positive and meaningful way. We combine all our community welfare initiatives under one umbrella which we call ZIMGOLD GIVERS.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa flanked by Pureoil Industries Executive Chairman, Mr. Pradyumn Ganediwal (Left) and Head of Operations Mr. Rodreck Musiyiwa (right) during the handover of donations aimed at assisting the welfare of frontline health workers during the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. The ceremony was held at the State House, Harare on May 2020.
A joint effort between the Indian Embassy of Zimbabwe and Pure Oil Industries
Lovejoy Gushungo and Sosten Magweva who emerged as the beneficiaries of the scholarship. Lovejoy and Sosten will be pursuing a Masters’ Degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Geotechnical Engineering respectively at the highly prestigious Institute of Technology Palakkad (IIT) in India. The institute is part of a group of highly regarded group of Indian Institutes consistently ranked among the top engineering colleges in the world. The students will receive full sponsorship covering tuition, boarding and other associated
In recognition of a special category of people whom we call the Heroes of our Community, these are people who despite the challenges they also face have acted selflessly to help other societal members. As Pure Oil Industries we honoured this group of special people by giving them a year’s supply of Zimgold cooking oil at a colourful event held at Pureoil Industries home of Zimgold, in 2020.
Feeding The Homeless
As part of our community outreach Pureoil Industries under the Zimgold Givers has done community outreach programmes to feed the homeless people on the streets.
In 2018 Pureoil Industries through it’s flagship Zimgold cooking oil brand supporting the Zimbabwe National Football Team ‘Warriors’.
Pureoil Industries Brand Manager (Mrs. Junior Perekwa) flanked by the Ambassador of India to Zimbabwe Mr. R Masakui (right) and Minister of Local Government, Cde July Moyo (far left) receiving Zimgold cooking oil donation towards Cyclone Idai victims in 2019.