All set for the inaugural ZAA Australia ceremony

All set for the inaugural ZAA Australia ceremony
Published: 23 October 2017 (886 Views)
Zimbabweans living in Australia are being encouraged to be part of this historic night of glitz and glamor, at the prestigious Hilton Adelaide Hotel on Saturday 28 October 2017.

Last minute limited tickets are available on the ZAA official website: www.zimachievers.com/au Attendance has been confirmed from high profile business people, Australian government officials, as well as delegates from Zimbabwe, South Africa, USA and United Kingdom.

Guests will be treated to a 3 course dinner, an assortment of beverages and mesmerising entertainment. Zimbabwe Achievers Awards (ZAA) is a distinctly special awards ceremony seeking to recognise Zimbabweans who have pushed the limits against all odds to raise the Zimbabwean flag high and do both themselves and their fellow countrymen proud abroad.

The event has become one of the most important in the African Diaspora community, from the United Kingdom, United States of America, South Africa and now Australia.

ZAA founder and businessman Mr Conrad Mwanza said: "The community spirit that has been built and the calibre of individuals and organisations that we have recognised over the years in different countries really shows how talented, determined and studious Zimbabweans are in building something we can all be proud of."

ZAA International Executive, Mr Trevor Manyame said, "Our main agenda for the inaugural ZAA Australia edition is not just to celebrate a very broad spectrum of talent, art, business, expression and achievement in the Zimbabwean community, but to unite them to share ideas and encourage participation in rebuilding our beloved home country.

"We greatly appreciate all our sponsors, especially Steward Bank and WorldRemit for supporting this distinct ceremony. Without their support this could have not been any better."

Dr Lance Mambondiani, Steward Bank CEO, said Zimbabwe Achievers Awards was a noble cause, applauded the organisers for the initiative while urging the community to rally behind the event. He added: "Any nation that does not honour its heroes will not endure. Our association with the Zimbabwe Achievers Awards is our token of support to the rewards of core values of hard work, resilience, dedication and triumph over adversity; values without which no nation can endure."

Also in support of the edition was WorldRemit CMO, Mr Alex O'Shaughnessy who said: "We're proud to be associated with the positive and inspiring work the ZAA is doing in connecting Zimbabweans across the globe. "By bringing international remittances online, WorldRemit is making the process quicker, easier and more secure - helping people to focus on making the most of their opportunities, wherever they are. Like us, the ZAA believe that the mix of experiences and perspectives the Diaspora possess offers them unique opportunities to build a better future for themselves and for people around the world. We're therefore very proud to lend our support to ZAA's vision."

As the count down to this memorable ceremony continues, the organisers' greatest wish is to extent an invitation to everyone who is willing to partner in the development of "our country's socio-economic policies". To this effect the ceremony will communicate directly the messages of investment opportunities, prospective and lucrative working environment as well as peace loving Zimbabweans.

 "ZAA is a great leap in the right direction in uniting the Zimbabwean Diaspora community not just in Australia but globally. It's high time we take advantage of opportunities of this nature to promote economic solution based dialogue, sharing business ideas and opportunities, as well as inspiring positive action among young Zimbabweans in particular and African citizens in general in order to rebuild our nations." said Mr Trevor Manyame.

The Diaspora community is uniting for the purpose of nation building towards a better dispensation, and views itself as an automatic and vibrant arm to the Zimbabwean government's efforts for sustainable development through an economic blueprint.

"It is at this juncture that we sought and found it meaningful to engage the patriotic and progressive Zimbabweans in particular and Africans in general to cross pollinate along nation and continental development. The fundamental being dialogue and proposal of action plans which will be implemented thereafter. It is of great concern that government economic blueprint clusters must be fulfilled and supported with extensive contribution of the Diaspora community as well," added Mr Trevor Manyame.

ZAA Australia's organization comprise of a local committee led by Mr David Shepherd Mutusva alongside Mr Trevor Manyame, Mr Method Mukundu and Mr Jaison Midzi.



- ZAA International Executive: Mr Trevor MANYAME

 0

You May Like These Videos

Comments

There are no comments.

Latest stories

Tesla pfee in Zimbabwe

by Staff reporter | 20 October 2018 | 117 Views

Zimbabwean student use the old trick to get asylum in Ireland

by Staff reporter | 20 October 2018 | 137 Views

Joram Gumbo must leave office and face justice

by MDC Communications | 20 October 2018 | 122 Views

Zimbabwe teachers demand salaries in US$

by newzimbabwe | 20 October 2018 | 188 Views

'Chamisa's Alliance plotted a coup against Mnangagwa'

by Staff reporter | 20 October 2018 | 223 Views

Demand for Indian sex sweets rises

by Staff reporter | 20 October 2018 | 216 Views

'Chamisa won't be contested at congress' - no vacancy in MDC presidium

by Staff reporter | 20 October 2018 | 181 Views

Mthuli Ncube calls for political reforms

by Staff reporter | 20 October 2018 | 189 Views

Mnangagwa's minister exposed charging in USD refuses Bond notes

by Staff reporter | 20 October 2018 | 152 Views

Zimsec engages Deloitte And Touch over exam leaks

by Staff reporter | 20 October 2018 | 126 Views

The White Man who sent fear down Mugabe's spine

by Globe and Mail | 20 October 2018 | 120 Views

Human rights violations down in Zimbabwe

by Stephen Jakes | 20 October 2018 | 96 Views

Mliswa pleads with Finance minister to see importance of MPs vehicles

by Stephen Jakes | 20 October 2018 | 95 Views

Zimbabwe business are mercenaries out to loot the poor: MDC legislator

by Stephen Jakes | 20 October 2018 | 110 Views

Electric Tesla car causes stir on Zimbabwe social media

by Staff Reporter | 20 October 2018 | 113 Views

Zimbabwe army officers warned

by Staff reporter | 20 October 2018 | 134 Views

Biti savages Mthuli Ncube

by Staff reporter | 20 October 2018 | 106 Views

Zanu-PF backers justify army use of deadly force

by Staff reporter | 20 October 2018 | 112 Views

Zimbabwe tax system hit by low compliance levels

by Staff reporter | 20 October 2018 | 71 Views

Price controls, tinkering with the deck while the titanic is sinking

by Jacob Mafume, MDC National Spokesperson | 19 October 2018 | 230 Views

Man nearly killed over cooking oil

by Simbarashe Sithole | 19 October 2018 | 208 Views

Mnangagwa closing in on unscrupulous businesspeople

by Staff reporter | 19 October 2018 | 224 Views

Prophet sells congregant's vehicle

by Staff reporter | 19 October 2018 | 192 Views

Zanu-PF's Dexter Nduna confirmed Chegutu West MP

by Staff reporter | 19 October 2018 | 137 Views

Mnangagwa caps 1719 graduands

by Staff reporter | 19 October 2018 | 115 Views

ZCTU calls for resignation of Minister Gumbo

by Stephen Jakes | 19 October 2018 | 278 Views

Mnangagwa has to deliver and, urgently too

by Staff reporter | 19 October 2018 | 306 Views

Zanu-PF dictatorship, ideological dominance

by Vivid Gwede | 19 October 2018 | 226 Views

ZCTU, why spare Bulawayo council over rates hike

by Conway Tutani | 19 October 2018 | 205 Views

Motlanthe Commission risks playing into Zanu-PF agenda

by Staff reporter | 19 October 2018 | 225 Views

Councils challenged to generate own income

by Staff reporter | 19 October 2018 | 156 Views

Zimbabwe gender parity misses 50% mark, says Mohadi

by Staff reporter | 19 October 2018 | 116 Views

Zanu-PF official, sangoma jailed over pangolin scales

by Staff reporter | 19 October 2018 | 182 Views

Mliswa mocks Gender Commission

by Staff reporter | 19 October 2018 | 167 Views

Police harass senior Masvingo journalist

by Stephen Jakes | 19 October 2018 | 150 Views

Zimbabwe gold exports decline by 21%

by Staff reporter | 19 October 2018 | 173 Views