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Below is some of the list for the African Women Awards 2015: Business and Enterprise Category Young Entrepreneurial Spirit Award Affiong Williams – Nigeria – Founder of Reel Fruit Rapelang Rabana – South Africa – CEO and founder of Cape Town-based Yeigo Communications and founded Rekindle Learning Business Achievement Award Monica Musonda – Zambia – Founder & CEO – Java Foods Limited Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu – Ethiopia – CEO & Founder – Sole Rebels Joy Ndunguste and Janet Nkubana – Rwanda – Founders of Gahaya Links Industry Excellence Award Captain Irene Koki Mutungi – Kenya – First female pilot at Kenya Airways Dr Ola Orekunrin – Nigeria – Founder and Managing Director of Flying Doctors Natalie Jabangwe-Morris – Zimbabwe – Econet Head Business and Marketing Development Dynamic Start-up Business Award Yasmin Belo-Osagie and Afua Osei — Nigeria — Founders of She Leads Africa Jackie Mgido – Zimbabwe – Founder Vault Cosmetics Ngozi Opara – Nigeria/USA – Founder of Heat Free Hair Living Legacy Award Mrs Folorunsho Alakija – Nigeria – Second richest women in Africa.
A business tycoon involved in the fashion,oil and printing industries Living Legend Award Mo Abudu – Nigeria – Founder: Ebony Life TV, Talk Show Hostess, TV Producer, Venture Capitalist, Media entrepreneur, Human resource management consultant Rebecca Chisamba – Zimbabwe – Founder of Chisamba Productions and Media Consultancy Community and Politics Chiedza Mpofu – Zimbabwe – Philanthropist (NGO owner) Esther Kalenzi – Uganda – Founder of a non-profit organisation called 40 days over 40 smiles Foundation Aisha Ojone Abu – Nigeria – Philanthropist Young Activist Award Sarah Toumi – Tunisia – Activist Adepeju Mabadeje Jaiyeoba – Nigeria – Founder of Brown Button Foundation Juliana Kanyomozi – Uganda – School Owner – Terpu School aimed at Promoting Girl child Education For more info on these awards please click this link ….
The awards ceremony will take place this Saturday at Meikles Hotel, Harare.
The names include Tinashe Kachingwe, Karen Mutasa, Danielle Allen, Farai Gundan, Jackie Mgido, Farai Simoyi, Rebecca Chisamba and No Violet Bulawayo among others.
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We are proud to say that the awards are being sponsored by Cyrex Business, Blackarmoor Clothing, Lyfstyl, ZUVA Printers, Stage-con and Network of African Business (NABW) a Graca Machel Trust (GMT), while partners include Meikles Hotel, His Presence Ministries International Church, Fund A Child’s Education Zimbabwe (FACEZ) Education Fund, Optimass Art Photography and Videography and Arundel Village,” she said.In an interview , awards public relations manager Sophia Chitemere said preparations are at advanced stage.She said the awards are dedicated to create a fresh brand of female African role models within Africa.A hit sitcom built on often-raunchy material, starring Charlie Sheen and, later, Ashton Kutcher begins with the premise of a Malibu bachelor (Sheen) whose life is disrupted when his brother and 10-year-old nephew move in with him.
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The prestigious awards will honour women who have made a giant strides in projecting a positive picture as well telling the true story of the African continent at large through their works.