Simplisious is the founder, chairman and senior partner of Chihambakwe,
Mutizwa & Partners law firm in Harare and Masvingo. He has over 35 years
experience of practising law, mainly commercial and corporate law,
constitutional law, conveyancing, arbitration, tax law, and administration
of estates. He prides himself for having established the first black law firm
in Zimbabwe in 1979. He is chairman and director of various public and
private companies. He was president of the Law Society of Zimbabwe
(for 3 terms), chairman of the Law Society Compensation Fund,
chairman of the Estate Agents Council and chairman of the Rent Board.
He was a Councillor of the Law Society of Zimbabwe for a period of over
25 years and a Member of the Southern African Development Community
Lawyers Association, African Bar Association, Common wealth Lawyers
Association and International Bar Association.

Simbisai is a holder of a Bachelor of Commerce Honors Degree in
Marketing Management .She also holds a Masters degree in Business
Administration from Midlands State University and is currently studying
towards finishing her Bachelor of Accountancy honors degree with the
University of Zimbabwe. She has been with the Council of Estate
Administrators for more than 6 years as the Secretary and Administrator
which is a Statutory designation equivalent to that of a Chief Executive

Salina Holds an M.Ed from the University of Zimbabwe. She has 20 years
experience in nursing with a focus on midwifery at supervisory and tutor
level. She has 22 years experience in Women’s Health and Rights in the
NGO sector, serving as Director of the Women’s Action Group for the
decade that saw her represent Zimbabwe at the Landmark 1995 Beijing
Women’s Conference among others. She also served as a consultant for
PACT, Helpage Zimbabwe, the Ministry of Health, WHO and the Ministry
of Gender and Women’s Affairs. She has sat on the Boards of NatPharm
and the Public Health and Advisory Board. She was a Commissioner of the
City of Harare Commission and a member of the Parirenyatwa Group of
Hospitals Welfare Advisory Board of Governors. She has also participated
in the Formulation of the Gender Policy of Zimbabwe.

Farai is a PhD holder in Business Leadership from St Linus University with a
major in corporate governance. He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered
Secretaries & Administrators in Zimbabwe, where he is the chief executive
& secretary. Farai is also a fellow of the Southern Africa Institute
of Marketing; a Certified Fraud and Forensic Accountant and a Certified
Directors’ Trainer in Corporate Governance. He has previously lectured
Corporate Governance to Masters of Commerce students in accounting
and marketing at the Midlands State University and is an author of several
business and accounting textbooks. Farai represents the Institute of
Chartered Secretaries on the Council.

Mrs Jacqueline Dube is a Chartered Accountant (Zimbabwe) – Financial Management Specialist, BCOMPT (Hons), with over 15years experience working in large diversified listed entities in Zimbabwe. She currently holds the position of Head Finance for the Cotton Company of Zimbabwe Limited. She has vast experience in Financial Reporting, Treasury Management, Tax, Pensions, Project Proposals and Board Presentations.

Pauline is a Deceased Estates Administrator. She has 23 years experience
in the administration of deceased estates including Curatorship and
Judicial Management. Her vast experience has seen her undertake high
profile assignments in Zimbabwe and beyond. Pauline is a registered
member of the Council of Estate Administrators. She is the Managing
Director and founder of Generations Executor Services (Pvt) Ltd. Pauline is
also a trustee of several private trusts. Prior to opening her own practice,
Pauline worked for several Law Firms in Zimbabwe. Pauline represents the
Deceased Estates Administrators on the Council.