JOHANNESBURG, 22 May 2019: Africa’s leading business awards, the All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLA™) in Partnership with CNBC Africa, make a return for a 9th year, with their commitment to recognizing remarkable business leadership on the continent.
Organisations and business leaders from across the continent, can now submit their nomination via the AABLA™ website in one or more of the following categories:
The 2019 AABLA™ will see an additional category join an already distinguished line-up of recognitions, namely ‘CFO of the Year’.
The categories ‘African of the Year’ and the celebrated ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ will be selected by the 2019 AABLA™ Judging Committee.
As so many who have gone before can attest, an AABLA recognition is truly the pinnacle of any business leaders career, as the award embodies accomplishment, triumph of the odds and a first among peers, characteristic of the marque.
“I’m just delighted and I appreciate this award so much,” said an emotional Sol Kerzner, recipient of the 2018 AABLA™ All Africa Lifetime Achievement Award at the All Africa Grand Finale. “I am just so happy to be here today to receive this award. It means just so much to me to receive this, right here in South Africa, where it began for me,” he concluded.
The full list of 2018 AABLA™ All Africa Winners include:
All Africa Business Leader of the Year
Super Group, CEO
All Africa Business Woman of the Year
ABSA Wealth, Investment Management and Insurance, CEO
All Africa Entrepreneur of the Year
Discovery Insure, Founder and Executive Director
All Africa Industrialist of the Year
Quinton Uren Jendamark Automation, Managing Director
All Africa Company of the Year
All Africa Young Business Leader of the Year
Dr. Elikem Tamaklo
Nyaho Medical Centre, Managing Director
All Africa Innovator of the Year
James Paterson & Benjamin Meltzer
All Africa Philanthropist of the Year
Sir Donald Gordon
Donald Gordon Foundation, Founder
All Africa Lifetime Achievement Award
All Africa African of the Year
His Excellency Paul Kagame
President of the Republic of Rwanda
The 2019 AABLA™ Grand Finale on December 5 will embody true luxury and epicurean pleasure for those wanting to indulge in an extravagant gala dinner, whilst networking with some of Africa’s most notable business pioneers, celebrities and public sector leaders.
Nominations will close on 15 July 2019 at midnight. For more information and to submit a nomination, visit www.aablawards.com and follow the 9th All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLA™) in Partnership with CNBC Africa on Social Media: @aablawards and #AABLA2019.
Tables to the main event are available to acquire, with prices starting from R50’000 for seating of 10 guests. Booking details available at www.aablawards.com