The 17th annual Top Empowerment Awards was held late last week at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg, recognising leadership in driving the empowerment agenda in South Africa and boosting growth and equity in the economy.
Top Empowerment Business Leader of the Year Award winner Poppy Khoza, South African Civil Aviation Authority
"Our 13 awards categories cover the breadth of sectors in the empowerment space and we were excited by the large amount of interest with over 150 nominations of companies from across South Africa. We have seen outstanding competition this year and all of our finalists have shown that they are among the best in advancing transformation in South Africa," said Rylan Fisher, Top Empowerment editorial director.
Multichoice South Africa picks up three awards at the 2018 Top Empowerment Awards.
This year's Top Empowerment Awards winners are:
Top Empowered: Fast-Growth Black-Owned Smme Award - Flat Foot Holdings
Top Empowered: Education & Training Award - Moses Kotane Institute
Top Empowered: Financial Services Award - Akani Retirement Fund Administrators
Top Empowered: Infrastructure Award - Women of Africa
Top Empowered: Enterprise & Supplier Development Award - Multichoice South Africa
Top Empowered: Ict Award - Multichoice South Africa
Top Empowered: Public Service Award - Mintek
Top Empowered: Support Services Award - Plus 94 Research
Top Empowered: Skills Development Award - African Marine Solutions Group
Top Empowered: Entrepreneur Of The Year 2018 Award - Malani Padayachee - Malani Padayachee & Associates Consulting Engineers
Top Empowered: Public Sector Leader Award - Xolile George - South African Local Government Association
Top Empowered: Business Leader of the Year Award - Poppy Khoza - South African Civil Aviation Authority
Top Empowered: Business of the Year Award - Multichoice South Africa
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