The Upper Manyame Sub-Catchment Council Award ceremony had outstanding employees being rewarded for their remarkable work done in 2022.
Employees were awarded in 6 different categories. These categories included the Chairman’s Worker of the Year Award, The Most Outstanding Performer of the Year, The Most Outstanding Field Officer, The Customer-Centric Award, the Most Outstanding Revenue Collector, and the CEO’s Worker of the year award.
The Chairman’s Worker of the Year Award was awarded to all employees as the Chairman was impressed with the work done throughout the year by all employees.
The Customer-Centric Award is an award awarded to the employee who shows the best relations with both internal and external clients. Jefias Murade, who is the Assistant Credit Controller won this award. The award carried a cash prize of USD 300.
Tatenda Magaisa, the Council’s driver, walked away with the Most Outstanding Performer award. The award is awarded to the employee who has performed the best in their line of duty.
The Most Outstanding Field Officer Award is an award that is awarded to the field officer who has excelled in their fieldwork. This award, also coming with a cash prize of USD 300, was awarded to Water Inspector, William Hlekani Penicella.
Joel Munyaradzi, Assistant Credit Controller, also walked away with USD 300 after winning the Most Outstanding Revenue Collector award. This award is awarded to the employee who has done exceptionally well in revenue collection throughout the year. On top of the USD 300, Ambassador Mutsvangwa also gave Munyaradzi a bonus of USD 20 for being the best in revenue collection.
The biggest award of the night was The CEO’s Worker of the Year Award. This award is worth USD 500 and is awarded to the employee who works and performs beyond their scope of work. This award was awarded to Bonface Chagumachinyi, who is Upper Manyame Sub-Catchment Council’s Senior Security Officer.
The longest serving employees were also appreciated. The CEO, Engineer Muchineri and Tatenda Magaisa have served the Council for 10 years, and Prince Todhlana has served the Council for 5 years.
It was a night to remember, as every employee walked away a winner.