Zim Achiever Awards UK Final Nominees Announced

Zim Achiever Awards UK Final Nominees Announced

The Zimbabwe Achievers Awards (ZAA) recently announced the final nominees’ shortlist for the ZAA UK 10thAnniversary Awards set to be held on 11 September. Watch Here

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The live virtual event named “The Big Reveal “will be apprehended at The Mayfair Hotel in London.

Nominees’ voting period begins from 19 July till 15 August 2021 on the ZAA website  Click ZAA Vote

The varied list features nominees across four base categories of business and professional, community and sport, lifestyle and entertainment awards.

The awards recognize, celebrate and honor high achievement in different communities around the globe.

 ZAA Chairman Conrad Mwanza, during the event said that the nominees are the carriers of the national pride around the globe.

“First of all, congratulations to all the nominees who continue to lift the Zimbabwe flag high and make us all proud. To us, you are the winners and carriers of our national pride around the world.

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“This year we will be commemorating our 10th Anniversary and reflect on a decade that has been fruitful in changing the misconceptions about the abilities of our communities over the years. We started this vision with a view to highlight the stories of positive achievement and impact by Zimbabweans,” he said.

This year’s nominees list features new categories such as male and female young achievers as well as young sports personalities following various innovations for junior sports people.

Other well-known nominees include the double nominee Valerie Sibanda, comedienne Madam Boss, entrepreneur Dee Mapasure, money transfer company Senditoo, popular podcast Girls in Skies and netball star Felistus Kangwa amongst others.

ZAA UK is momentous sponsored by the global partner Zororo Phumulani who offers several funeral cover, monetary support and repatriation services across the world.

ZAA was founded in 2010 and this year it is held in UK since last year the event was postponed due the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Charmaine Brown

Charmaine Brown is 27 years old, media personnel. She studied Media and Society Studies (2017-2020) at Midlands State University in Zimbabwe. Charmaine had an internship at The Herald and presently is the Editor for My Afrika Magazine. She currently lives in Harare.

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