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Parents of Jamie Mazur; Net Worth in 2021, Age, Bio, Height, Wife



Parents of Jamie Mazur; Net Worth in 2021, Age, Bio, Height, Wife

Jamie Mazur is Jamie Mazur is a famous Entrepreneur, Co-founder of the Los Angeles designer jeans company Re/Done that sells the jeans to college campuses at a wholesale price. He also started a company called Underground Denim. 

What is the Age of Jamie Mazur?

On April 11, 1981, Jamie Mazur was born in the California United States of America. As of now, he is 40 years old, By birth his sun sign is Aries. By nationality, he holds American citizenship and is of Jewish ethnic background. Similarly, he follows the Judaism religion. Jamie Mazur is his full birth name.

Caption: Jamie Mazur on a frame (Photo: Married Biography)


There is no information regarding his parents. He is also the brother of stylist Jennifer Mazur. He spent his childhood days in a loving and entertaining environment. Since his childhood day, he was interested in the field of acting. His parents raised him with lots of love and care

Education Qualification of Jamie Mazur

Regarding his educational background, he is a well-educated and qualified person. He completed his higher-level education at the local high school near his hometown. After that, he graduated from a prestigious college in California.

What is the Net Worth of Jamie Mazur?

is successful in collecting a good sum of money from his professional career. He has an estimated net worth of $30 million as of 2021. He is very happy with the income he makes from his career. The primary sources of his income are through his Clothing line business as well as the brand endorsements.

He has collected a major portion of his wealth from his clothing brand. He is a founder of a company called Underground Denim. His company sells designer jeans to various colleges at a wholesale price. His company is also known as the blue jeans roadshow.

Caption: Jamie Mazur on a Frame (Photo: Famewiki)

Jamie Mazur has been to the business from his young days. As of now From his business brand, he has gained both and face at the same time. As of now, he is living a happy and luxurious life with his family from the money he gains from his career. In the coming days, his net worth and annual salary will surely rise up.

How tall iis Jamie Mazur ?

Gavin Houston is a handsome man with a dashing personality. Also, he is both mentally and physically fit. It seems that he has got a healthy body. He has maintained his body with regular workouts and healthy foods.

He has got a good height of 5 feet 8 inches tall or 1.72 meters. Similarly, his total body weight according to his height is around 65 kg. He has got dark brown color eyes with brown color hair. There is no information regarding his body size

Past Relationship of Jamie Mazur

He married model Alessandra Ambrosio.Her wife is a Brazilian model . She is mainly known for her job on Victoria’s Secret, Elle Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Harper’s Bazaar, and Marie Claire. They had tied weeding not on 2008. After l in 2018 after 10 years of marriage, the couple gets separated. Also, he has children named Anja and Noah

Caption: Jamie Mazur with his wife and Children  (Photo: Wikinetworth)

Is Jamie Mazur in a Relationship now?

As of now, Jamie Mazur is single at the moment. He has not been involved in any relationship yet. Also, He is not involved in any controversy and does not want to hamper his uprising career. Similarly, he loves spending quality time with his family and friends. Also, he is focusing to make his clothing brand

 The career of Jamie Mazur

  • Jamie has started his business as an entrepreneur
  • Also, he came to media insight as an Ex-Fiance of Victoria’s Secret Angel’s Alessandra Ambrosio.Caption: Jamie Mazur on a Frame (Photo: Stylebistro)
  • As of now, he has created a company that sells designer jeans at a wholesale price to college campuses.
  •  Jamie Mazur runs a designer blue jeans company called Underground Denim.
  •  Sean Barron and Jamie Mazur founded RE/DONE which is the first luxury label that was born online and grown as an e-commerce brand.


Malawi Govt hails Maldeco community project – The Maravi Post




BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)-Minister of Forestry and Natural Resources Nancy Tembo has hailed The Foods Company Limited (TFCL), a subsidiary of conglomerate Press Corporation Plc (PCL), which markets its products under the brand name of Maldeco for its community transformation initiative dubbed ‘One Village, One Cage’ (OVOC) Initiative.

Speaking in Mangochi during the first fish harvest of the initiative, Tembo said the initiative will transform communities around Maldeco as they will be economically independent.

The initiative is where Maldeco, with support from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) through its implementing agency the Malawi Innovation Challenge Fund (MICF), is supporting five beach village committees (BVCs) who have each been allocated a fish cage on the lake where they are operating like the way tobacco tenants operate.

Maldeco supplies fingerlings and coordinates feed supplies to the BVCs and when the fish is harvested, Maldeco procures the fish and the cost of the inputs is deducted and the surplus is what the BVCs take away as their income.

The initiative is within the bigger project where Maldeco is coming up with a modern fish processing facility with funding from PCL amounting to K2.6 billion and an additional fund from UNDP amounting to K650 million which Maldeco won as a matching grant.

“The One Village, One Cage initiative is a good model for development which apart from fostering development and transforming the lives of the communities around Maldeco, will also improve co-existence between the company and the communities,” said Tembo.

“I commend the efforts of Maldeco management and staff and your partners for your fruitful efforts in aquaculture development and urge you to continue to invest in this sub-sector.  I am well satisfied and pleased to note that Maldeco will continue to contribute positively to improved food security, nutrition status as well as providing employment opportunities for many Malawians,” added Tembo.

Maldeco General Manager Andrew Santhe said that with the modern processing plant once deployed, the company will be able to process as much as 15 metric tons of fish per day up from the current level of about 5 tons.

“The UNDP funding required Maldeco to involve the community in this project hence the OVOC Initiative which will benefit these five villages who are expected to harvest about 1.5 metric tons of fish from each cage after harvest and they already have a ready market at Maldeco for their fish,” said Santhe.

Chairman of the Beach Village Committee Jordan Kanyerere Junior hailed Maldeco for the initiative saying members of the community around the company are elated.

“We want to thank Maldeco for considering us to be part of the Maldeco Chambo success story. They have trained us in business, leadership and financial management so that we are responsible when we realize our profits from this initiative, we are very grateful,” said Kanyerere Junior.

MICF official Tambulani Chunga said it is the wish of the fund that companies that are successful and accessing the fund should also involve the communities around them in their projects.

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Uganda sets new coffee export target [Business Africa] – The Maravi Post




It is coffee time in Uganda. After falling short, the East African country has relaunched an ambitious campaign to become the world’s third-largest exporter of coffee by 2025.

After shipping nearly 6 million 60-kilo bags in 2020, Africa’s largest coffee exporter says it can be done.

A new law which orders the registration of farmers and the enforcement of standards, plus the replacement of old trees with new ones are part of the measures to achieve the target.

In the current coffee year, the country expects to export 6.5 million bags out of a total harvest of 8 million.

After seeing millions of its Robusta coffee trees get decimated by a viral disease in the 1990s, Uganda’s scientists began breeding new, disease-resistant varieties.

Coffee is Uganda’s main cash crop and is the second-highest foreign exchange earner for the country.

Brazil is currently the world’s leading exporter of coffee, having shipped 40.2 million bags in 2020. Vietnam ranks second with 26.4 million bags.

Apollo Kamugisha, the acting managing director of Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA), the agency mandated to control the crop joins the program from Kampala to talk more about the campaign.

South Africa’s coal conundrum

South Africa’s government is under pressure to clean up its energy supply. The country relies on coal-fired power plants to generate electricity, making it one of the world’s top polluters.

But even with coal, the country isn’t generating enough.

Despite criticism by climate activists, Pretoria has said it needs coal to power its faltering economy as green alternatives remain pricey.

Morocco sees strong GDP growth in 2021

After contracting 7% in 2020, Morocco’s economy is expected to grow 6.2% this year buoyed by a good agricultural harvest, according to the central bank.

The kingdom’s economic recovery has also been aided in part by a robust vaccination program which saw it reopen faster than the rest of Africa.

Source: Africanews

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Sigh of relief! Treasury releases funds for Malawi’s Auxiliary Teachers – The Maravi Post




By Thandie Chadzandiyani

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-The ministry of education has disclosed that treasury has provided funds to keep auxiliary teachers in school up until March next year before being incorporated in the national budget.

The minister said this in Mzuzu yesterday on the sidelines of an interaction with education officials from Mzimba North, Mzimba South, Likoma, Mzuzu City and Nkhata Bay education zones.

The development comes at a time when Initial primary teachers have been asking government to employ them after finishing their studies at various teachers training colleges.

According to Agnes Nyalonje, minister of education, treasury has agreed to give the ministry of education money to keep the auxiliary teachers on board before being incorporated into the budget.

Nyalonje said the ministry is fighting to keep the teachers permanently, as other sectors are also fighting to get clearance to employ their staffs.

She has since disclosed that a teachers council will be established soon to address critical issues in the profession including their welfare.

The teachers under the Initial Primary Teacher Education 13 cohort were recruited in February 2021, as part of efforts to de-congest classrooms to reduce the further spread of COVI-19.

NyaLonje said: “It is not that straightforward to get resources for education because resources needed are massive.

“We fought and fought to bring auxiliary teachers on board, keep them on board, and as at last night, Treasury agreed to give us further money.

The minister said the resources will enable the ministry to keep them on board until March when they will be incorporated into the budget.

She said: “For these teachers, it is not given that the money was there, it wasn’t. We fought and we have gone to the ends of the earth to find the money, and we have been given this final stretch until the next budget.”

NyaLonje further said they are hoping to incorporate them permanently in the next budget and they are working hard to get that done.

However, the minister did not provide the exact amount that Treasury will provide. They receive MK80 000 each, meaning government parting with MK261.6 million monthly.

The auxiliary teachers were first given a five-month contract in February, which was later extended to August after its expiry in June.

They have since been pushing for permanent employment

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