ChimukaMafunga – Kura

Credibility is a core value. To us, credibility means accepting responsibility for our actions, for our development and for one another. To be true to this value, we have embraced our social responsibility through ChimukaMafunga – Kura, which is a legal incubation programme for entrepreneurs that the firm provides to successful applicants. Through the programme, we provide successful applicants with premium legal services to drive their business forward and position them well for future fundraising and expansion. Following an application process, we select start-ups and scale-ups to join ChimukaMafunga – Kura.

To qualify for this opportunity, the concepts brought forward by the applicants must be highly innovative and must be disrupting in their respective industries. They must show the potential impact they will contribute to the communities they will be based and must show the potential for development. The successful applicants receive legal services and value-adds, including bespoke mentoring & training support, targeted networking & profile-raising opportunities. We recognize that the future of Zimbabwe and Africa as a whole, requires an ecosystem of innovation and growth and we want to make a meaningful contribution to this. As a firm that started out as just an idea, we recognize that an idea that is not implemented and supported remains an idea. We acknowledge that with the right support, good business ideas can turn into thriving enterprises with global a reach.

Frequently Asked Questions

Send an email to detailing your idea, how it will impact the community, and how our services can benefit you. One of our programme leaders will contact you.

Kura is a term in the Shona Language that means “grow”. Our view is to provide support for growing start-ups and scale ups.

Once you send an email and preliminarily qualify, an application form will be sent to you by one of our programme leaders.

Contact us on with the details of what you need and we will respond soonest.


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