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And the winners are…..

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The yearly highlight of the ZNCC Annual Congress (#ZNCCCongress) is the National (Business) Awards Dinner. This year’s event has just ended today (Thursday 29th June 2017) in the Kalala Conference Room of the Elephant Hills Hotel. The conversation with some of the delegates here from the beginning of the congress showed me that the awards dinner is what really matters.

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The event started with the inauguration of the new National Executive Committee of the ZNCC led by Divine Ndlukula. We all know her as the Founder and Managing Director of Securico. I guess that makes her and the rest of the new leadership the first winners tonight. Congratulations Divine and your team. Now let’s go into the awards…

First: The Nominees

To cut the story short and not attempt to build suspense (that would be futile wouldn’t it?) let me  get to the nominees and then I will give you the winners at the bottom of this post.

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Sustainability Award

  1. Mimosa
  2. Tongaat Hullet
  3. Econet

Lifetime Achievement Award

  1. Peter Tselentis
  2. Prof Ezekiel Guti
  3. Joseph Sanhanga
  4. Chrispen Tomu
  5. D G Patel

export categories

Mining

  • Mimosa Mining
  • Fidelity Printers and Refiners
  • Makomo Resources

Agriculture

  • Border Timbers
  • Zambezi Tanners
  • Zimbabwe Sugar Sales

Tourism

  • Victoria Falls Hotel
  • Troutbeck Resort
  • Lenton Safaris

Manufacturing

  • Manica Boards and Doors
  • Zimplow
  • Paramount Exports

rest of categories

Tertiary Institution Award

  • Chinhoyi University
  • Mutare Teacher’s College
  • Kwekwe Poly

Public Enterprise Award

  • ZETDC
  • TelOne

Enterprise Development Support Award

  • Delta Corporation
  • Mutare Polytechnic
  • Fairhill Farm

Transport and Logistics Award

  • Fairline Investments
  • DHL
  • Makanaka Investments

Financial Institution Supporting MSME’s Award

  • Inclusive Financial Services
  • CBZ
  • Agribank

Business Leadership Award

  • Sydney Mutsambiwa: Tongaat Hullet
  • Agatha R. Gandidza: Dendairy
  • Never Nyemudzo: CBZ Holdings

ICT Award

  • TelOne
  • Liquid Telecom

Company of the Year Award

  • Willowton Group
  • Makanaka Investments

MSME Award

  • Lamcast Refactories
  • Evergreen Construction
  • Markbrands Investments

Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award

  • Fidelis Manyangadze: Lighthouse Print
  • Nomsa Chiadzwa

Rural Business Person of the Year Award

  • Tinashe Mangisi: Magic Moments (Gokwe)
  • Matthew Mutavayi: Halfway House Hotel (Lupane)
  • L P Masamvu: (Hauna)

Businesswoman of the Year Award

  • Mary Madzima: Navidale Textile
  • Molly Mupfunya: Milestone Group of Schools
  • Sharon Stead: Camp Amalinda

Businessman of the Year Award

  • Worthwhile Mugabe: DSK Electrical
  • Obedia Musindo: Destiny for Africa Network
  • Darren Coetzee: Dendairy

Of course well done to all the nominees who all won awards as runners up. Now see if you agree with the list of eventual winners:

Now the winners

Sustainability Award

Tongaat Hullet

Lifetime Achievement Award

  • Peter Tselentis
  • Prof Ezekiel Guti
  • Joseph Sanhanga
  • Chrispen Tomu
  • D G Patel

exports categories

Mining

Fidelity Printers and Refiners

Agriculture

Zimbabwe Sugar Sales

Tourism

Troutbeck Resort

Manufacturing

Paramount Exports

rest of the awards

Tertiary Institution Award

Kwekwe Polytechnic

Public Enterprise Award

TelOne

Enterprise Development Support Award

Delta Corporation

Transport and Logistics Award

Fairline Investments

Financial Institution Supporting MSME’s

CBZ Holdings

Business Leadership Award

Never Nyemudzo: CBZ Holdings

ICT Award

Liquid Telecom

Company of the Year Award

Willowton Group

MSME Award

Lamcast Refactories

Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award

Fidelis Manyangadze: Lighthouse Print

Ruaral Business Person of the Year Award

L P Masamvu (Hauna)

Businesswoman of the Year Award

Molly Mupfunya: Milestone Group of School

Businessman of the Year Award

Darren Coetzee: Dendairy

That’s the full list for you. Well done to all the winners, we wish you well as you continue charting new courses in business. For our particular sector of focus we congratulate Liquid Telecom, they continue to do big things with fibre roll out

 

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “And the winners are…..

  1. Great write up. You mispelt Masamvu his name is Luke Phibion Masamvu. The surname is the Manyika version of the fruit of Gymnosporia senegalensis. Used to love those little things.

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