April 25, 2023 /Lifestyle/ — Philanthropist James Mwape, the founder of the James Mwape Peer Awards, has died. Zambian-born American and co-founder of the Mwape Peer Awards, James Mwape, has died in Cherry Hill, New Jersey in the United States aged 60.
He died on 22nd April, 2023 at his home in New Jersey.
Mr. Mwape an Educator, Entrepreneur and Author was born in 1962, in Mwense district, in the Luapula Province of the then Northern Rhodesia.
James Mwape was the founder and executive director of Mwape Peer Awards, a non-profit organization that recognizes the outstanding efforts of Africans at home and in the diaspora. He was also a husband, father, and entrepreneur.
In 2010, James and his wife, Ruth, founded Mwape Peer Awards in Washington, D.C. The awards ceremony was held at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Washington D.C. Central/White House on Rhode Island Avenue on October 20th. The carefully chosen date, also marked James and Ruth’s 20th Wedding Anniversary.
The Mwape Peer Awards is a prestigious award that is given to individuals who have made a significant contribution to their community, country, or the world. The awards are given in a variety of categories, including business, education, healthcare, government, and social justice.
James was a passionate advocate for African communities and is committed to using his platform to promote positive change. He is a strong believer in the power of education and believed that it is the key to unlocking opportunity. James was also a vocal advocate for women’s empowerment and believed that women play a vital role in the development of their communities.
James was a tireless worker and was dedicated to making a difference in the world. He was a role model for young people and was an inspiration to many. James was a true champion for Africans and was committed to making the world a better place.
Here are some of the news about James Mwape:
In January 2021, James was featured in an article on MeWe, a social network that promotes privacy and security. In the article, James discussed his work with Mwape Peer Awards and his commitment to using technology to connect people and promote positive change.
In August 2020, James shared a video on Twitter of an accident that occurred in Chirundu, Zambia. The video shows several trucks that were involved in a collision. James used the video to raise awareness about road safety in Zambia.
In July 2020, James tweeted about his love for Goya products. James is a big fan of Goya and believes that the company makes high-quality products.
In June 2020, James shared an article on Twitter about the rebranding of Aunt Jemima. James believes that the rebranding is a positive step and that it is important to move away from stereotypes.
In May 2020, James tweeted about his son, Simon, who graduated from Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania. James is proud of his son and his accomplishments.
James Mwape was a passionate advocate for African communities and is committed to using his platform to promote positive change. He was a strong believer in the power of education and believes that it is the key to unlocking opportunity. James was also a vocal advocate for women’s empowerment and believes that women play a vital role in the development of their communities.
James was a tireless worker and is dedicated to making a difference in the world. He is a role model for young people and is an inspiration to many. James was a true champion for Africans and is committed to making the world a better place.
UPDATE: The family of the late James M. Mwape has released the following burial program …