Praise Masvosva, Entertainment Reporter
Songbird Pah Chihera says she will not quit music despite the fact that she recently got employed at Ronbea Business Solutions.
The Runonzi rudo singer told this publication that she decided to take another avenue to complement her music as a source of income.
“With the current situation and Covid-19 standing, the music industry is a bit suffering.
“We couldn’t wait but jump to the next available opportunity.
“I have turned into farming in Nyabira and also currently working as PA and Marketing manager for Ronbea Business Solutions.
“I feel we ought to have a fall back plan in every situation because as much as we plan, God has the final say.
“Covid-19 has changed a lot,” she said.
“Like everyone (musicians) we have not been spared from the pandemic.
“We are now looking at plan B and C.
“At the end of the day we need need to bring food on the table, so we are trying everything.
“The pandemic has taught us to work extra hard.”
Ronbea Business Solutions is an organisation which link maids with their potential employers and also help people with Human resources related solutions.
“We offer full time and part time maids.
“We train them, cooking lessons, maid vetting and even help them to improve general hygiene.
“We also offer HR solutions where we help people to create CVs and profiles.
“We also hold workshops on how to tackle job interviews, job application guide, handle company HR from recruitment and selection employee induction among other things,” she said.
Meanwhile, she is working on a couple of singles that will hit the music market with accompanying videos.
This year she recorded a single track dubbed Unounza Mufaro which is already penetrating the music market.
Pah Chihera also urged people to continue observing all Covid-19 restrictions to avoid more fatalities.
“We leave it to God but let’s try by all means possible to listen and observe all what we are being told by health experts.
“It’s a fact, Covid-19 is real and people are dying.
“It’s better to avoid unnecessary gatherings, observe social distance, sanitise our hands and continue improving personal hygiene.
“It’s a phase and I am sure it will pass,” she said.