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Last chance to nominate the brave and the best



The countdown has begun to closing nominations for the Absa Jewish Achiever Awards 2023. We have until 17:00 on 4 August to nominate. So, don’t miss out! Make sure to nominate now and put forward that unique person or people you believe should be an Absa Jewish Achiever Award winner this year.

So far, we have more than 550 nominees, and definitely space for more.

Every year, we bring you inspirational winners. We show you the incredible achievements people within our community have accomplished. We celebrate the extraordinary, the unique, the exceptional, and the brave. We create role models of those who have devoted their lives to serving others, who have started businesses from nothing, and who have built legacies that will outlast their time.

In this community, we have shown that we are more than our past…

We are more than bystanders…

We are more than colour…

We are more than darkness…

So, show us who we are, and who deserves to win in the following categories:

Absa Business Icon Award – for a Jewish person who has achieved iconic status within the business community;

Absa Business Leadership Award – for a Jewish person who has played a critical leadership role in business;

Absa Professional Excellence Award – for a Jewish person who has achieved national recognition and acclaim in their profession;

Entrepreneur Award – for a Jewish person who has a proven track record in entrepreneurial ventures;

Mann Made Media Community Service Award – for a Jewish person who has served the Jewish community with remarkable distinction;

Europcar Women In Leadership Award – honouring the leadership, success, and overall contributions of distinctive Jewish women in business or in the broader South African community;

Kirsh Family Lifetime Achievement Award in honour of Helen Suzman – for a Jewish person who has contributed in an extraordinary manner over a long period of time;

Art, Sport, Science, and Culture Award in honour of Steven Blend – for a Jewish person who has excelled in any of these spheres;

Bertie Lubner Humanitarian Award in honour of Chief Rabbi Cyril Harris – for any person who has contributed substantially to the betterment of the lives of the people of South Africa; and

Rising Star Award – for a Jewish person, 25 years old and younger, who has made a massive difference in any sphere, including entrepreneurship and humanitarianism.

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