SABC’s programme nominated in two categories at Sikuvile media awards

CUTTING EDGE has been nominated for two awards.

The SABC’s current programme will feature in two categories at this years’ Standard Bank Sikuvile Journalism Awards:  the Indigenous Language Reportingin Community Media Category; and its producer Nomvuyo Ntanjana has been nominated in the Community Service Reporting and Lifestyle category, respectively.

The awards ceremony are scheduled for June 24 (this Saturday at Melrose Arch) 2023.

Community Service reporting award is described by Standard Bank Sivukile Journalism Awards describes this category “as one that highlights issues crafted from a community interest perspective, including general community feature and creative journalism stories that are initiated to capture the depth of community sentiments and concerns.”

SABC News Group Executive, Moshoeshoe Monare said: “SABC News is honoured to be considered among the industry’s most esteemed contenders, whose contributions continue to help shape the modern landscape of journalism. SABC News’ dedicated team of journalists, editors, photographers, and producers strive to uncover the truth and shed light on important stories.”

Moshoeshoe added that: “These nominations are an affirmation and recognition of the quality of our content and high standard of journalism. It reflects the commitments by our journalists for giving expression to the plight of ordinary people.”

Cutting Edge is broadcast at 21h00 on Tuesdays on S1.

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