African Journalist Awards 2016 South African journalist wins GE Energy & Infrastructure Award

Caboz, a journalist for Forbes Africa, won the award for his story titled “40 Years of Mozambique – The Dead Port That Rose Again”, which was chosen from entries that had been submitted from 38 African countries.

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South African journalist Jay Caboz accepts the  GE Energy & Infrastructure Award at the CNN Multichoice African Journalist Awards. Video Courtesy: GE

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South African journalist Jay Caboz won the GE Energy & Infrastructure Award at the CNN Multichoice African Journalist Awards 2016 this week.

Thomas Konditi, President and CEO  GE Transportation Africa and GE South Africa presented the award to Caboz at the awards ceremony, which was held at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa.

South African journalist Jay Caboz accepts the  GE Energy & Infrastructure Award at the CNN Multichoice African Journalist Awards. play

South African journalist Jay Caboz accepts the  GE Energy & Infrastructure Award at the CNN Multichoice African Journalist Awards.

 

Caboz, a journalist for Forbes Africa, won the award for his story titled “40 Years of Mozambique – The Dead Port That Rose Again”, which was chosen from entries that had been submitted from 38 African countries.

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Director of Communications &  Public Affairs for GE Africa, Patricia Obozuwa said: “Jay Caboz’s  award-winning entry is a typical example of the power of journalism to redirect public focus on the topical issues. We are glad to be associated  with the Energy and Infrastructure category of the CNN Awards.”

Caboz, a journalist for Forbes Africa, won the award for his story titled “40 Years of Mozambique – The Dead Port That Rose Again”, which was chosen from entries that had been submitted from 38 African countries. play

Caboz, a journalist for Forbes Africa, won the award for his story titled “40 Years of Mozambique – The Dead Port That Rose Again”, which was chosen from entries that had been submitted from 38 African countries.

(GE Reports SSA)

 

Speaking about Caboz’s story, the  judging panel said: “This is a beautifully written story about the main port  in Mozambique that had all but died, being brought back to life 40 years  later. The writer weaves into the story the lines and events that took place  in Mozambique over that period to bring us to where we are today, a vibrant  port. It is indeed a great story straight out of Africa.”

The CNN Multichoice African Journalist Competition, which was established in 1995, is the most  prestigious and respected award for journalists across the African continent. Its objective is to reinforce the importance of the role of journalists in  Africa’s development and to reward, recognise and encourage journalistic  talent.

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Greg Beitchman, VP Content Sales and Partnerships, CNN International, said: “Powerful journalism has shone  through once again at this year’s CNN Multichoice African Journalist Awards –  from uplifting storytelling to hard-hitting investigations. Congratulations to all of the finalists and winners.”

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