Thursday, 13 February 2014

February 14th with Women in Mind

Today is World Radio Day with special emphasis on women in media.
Tomorrow it's Valentine's Day where love is supposedly celebrated. We
want to make it special by publishing the top 10 women in each of the
following categories;

1. Media and broadcasting
2. Business and entrepreneurship
3. Academics and education
4. Politics and leadership
5. Sport
6. Information Technology
7. Writers and literary work
8. Clergy and spirituality
9. Law and Justice
10. Music and entertainment
11. Health
12. Banking and finance
13. Engineering and technology
14. Social work
15. Security sector
16. Philanthropy

and not forgetting
17. Scandals and notoriety
18. Useless noisemakers

We are inviting nominations from preferably women.
Each nomination card must have 10 nominees for one specific category.
An individual is allowed to submit one list per each category.

Nominees qualify if;
a) they have roots in or are practising their trade in Zimbabwe.
b) have at least one notable achievement recorded before February 13th, 2013.

Send your lists of nominees via email to TechIniAfrica@gmail.com
or via Facebook: Ahmed Shafiq


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Kind Regards

Ittai Bryan
facebook.com/ibmatteu
twitter.com/ibmatteu

F.E.A.R Corporation (formerly F.E.A.R Group) first quarter review 14 February 2014

The F.E.A.R Corporation (formerly F.E.A.R Group) is rebranding.
The rebranding exercise has been necessitated by changes in the
business environment.
The Corporation posted impressive results in the 1st quarter boosted
by growth in the publishing concern Open Minds Publications.

Prospects are that business growth will maintain a positive trajectory
keeping in mind the expected publication and launch of the long
awaited book: The Great Disappointment.

The Corporation's engineering division, GETI will formalize operations
in the 2nd quarter and a board meeting will be held on 22 February
2013.

Charities and Social Corporate Responsibilities.
Mindful of the challenging business environment and the difficulties
faced by the Zimbabwean people, we assure the people that we remain
committed to charity work and upliftment programs.
We are still in the process of formulating community based poverty
alleviation strategies.

We are proud to announce the rolling out of an upliftment module
co-facilitated by Technology Initiative Africa & Voluntary Mentorship
Program.
The module Maths, Science & Information Technology, MSiT is being
launched in Musami Village, Mrehwa West 70km east of Harare.

Thank you

February 13th, 2013

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Kind Regards

Ittai Bryan
facebook.com/ibmatteu
twitter.com/ibmatteu

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