Zimbabwe Achievers Awards (ZAA) United Kingdom (UK) recently opened nominations for the 2022 edition of the international awards, running from 14 March closing on 31 March on the ZAA website.
The awards are designed to celebrating success stories by Zimbabweans in the diaspora.
The nomination procedure will cover four base categories of business and professional, community and sports, lifestyle and entertainment awards and people can nominate on the ZAA website: www.zimachievers.org
ZAA UK country director, Sakhile Khanye said in a statement that they are pleased about 2022’s awards.
“We are excited about what the year has in store for the ZimAchievers family as we enter into yet another era of celebrating one another. We are calling on the greater public to join our panel in nominating the high flyers over the past calendar year as we build up for the big awards night in June this year,” said Khanye.
She added that the ZAA UK edition is the prize of the ZimAchievers family.
“The ZAA UK edition is the flagship of the ZimAchievers family and we remain committed to make sure every Zimbabwean success story in the UK and beyond is recognized, celebrated and honored.
“We strive to uphold the highest standards of professionalism and integrity in the process and urge everyone to bring to the public consciousness, names of outstanding individuals and organizations whose achievements have impacted communities,” said Khanye.
After the nomination process, the names will be submitted to an adjudication panel before announcing the final shortlisted nominees on 15 April with voting starting the following day.
Last year the 10th edition was celebrated in London at a glittering ceremony at the Mayfair Hotel.
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 to celebrate high achievers within the Zimbabwean diaspora communities and to date the organization has branched out to other countries including USA, China, Australia, South Africa, Botswana and Canada.