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ZimOnline Radio honours supporters with PACHEDU Awards
06 Feb 2014 at 10:36hrs | Views
One of Zimbabwe's leading internet radio stations ZimOnline Radio has just announced the results of their internal honour awards to the global supporting fan base marking the 2nd year running. The awards are traditionally coincided with the Radio Station's anniversary to which this year celebrates the fifth birthday.
The thirteen online voted categories which varied from Listener of the Year to Supporting Organisation of the year were complimented by the Station Honour Award which this year was given to among other, Nigel Chanakira the former Kingdom Bank Zimbabwe founding head and an inspiration to many Zimbabwean business aspirants and success stories. For full list of winners; pacheduawards.com.
"Nigel Chanakira is not only a mentor and inspiration to many Zimbabweans who decide to embark into the business world, but also to myself as I have from time to time benefited immensely from his practical journals, advice and testimonies. I am humbled at his acceptance of this token of gratitude from the entire team", Simbarashe Nyanhanga, ZimOnline Radio head said.
The station's efforts has been recognised and acknowledged extensively within the Zimbabwean community and the United Kingdom where it was launched, being nominated by four different Awards corporations namely ZIMAA, ZimAchivers, BEFFTAs & the British National Diversity Awards, winning at least a single one each year.
"I humbly take this opportunity to congratulate all nominees and winners who were incepted in the Pachedu Awards Class of 2013, thank the team behind the scenes and our sponsors and underline that it is you who make us a Premier Radio Station", she added.
ZimOnline Radio can be tuned in via their website, tune in platform and are also on Mobile Application that is available from GooglePlay, iTunes & Kindle. Alternatively, you may catch up with archived Radio programmes on Soundcloud or contact the station via all social network media.
Source - Byo24News