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Zim Achievers Awards UK 2018 Winners

Zim Achievers Awards UK 2018 Winners

The Zimbabwe Achievers Awards UK edition were held on the May 2018. Held in a spectacular event at the eighth edition at the Grange City Hotel in London. The glamotous event ran under the theme ‘Plough Back.’, celebrating several academics and businessmen, including prominent African jeweller, Patrick Mavros and Legal Practitioner, Taffi Nyawanza.

Mr Boomslang a.k.a Kazz won music video of the year for ‘Kudana’, whilst Minister Michael Mahendere was honoured with the International gospel award and Olinda Chapel was named female personality of the year.

The event this year was proudly sponsored by Fintech Company, WorldRemit and Funeral Service Provider, Diaspora Funeral Cash Plan.

Meanwhile, nominations for the US and Australian editions will open on Monday 21st May.

The awards ceremony for the US is scheduled for 29 September in Dallas, Texas. Australia’s edition will follow five weeks later on 3rd November.

Check out the full winners list below

Business of the year:

Banya Family Placement Agency

Male Entrepreneur:

Ben Masina

Female Entrepreneur:

Fungai Ndemera

Professional of the year:

Portia Kumalo

Community Champion – (Joint award)

Dumi Moyo and Sithule Nicole Tshuma

Community Organisation:

Qoki Zindlovukazi Manini Amahle

Music video:

Kudana – Kazz aka Mr Boomslang

Music artist:

Icey Stanley

International Gospel:

Michael Mahendere

Fashion Designer:

Sinikiwe Moyo

Young Achiever:

Amanda Nkomo

Sports Personality

Don Armand

Female Personality:

Olinda Chapel

Male Personality:

Gineas Mupfayi

Breakthrough Award:

Nomalanga Nyamayaro

Event of the Year:

Zimfest 2017

People’s Choice Award

DJ Smallboy Taf

Panels’ Choice Award:

Summer Rose

Dudu of Bridal Couture and Tiaras

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