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MISA Zambia congratulates its 20th Platinum & Golden Award winners

3 Oct, 2022
The media awards were created with the objective to promote media excellence and encourage professionalism in the media Industry
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MISA Zambia congratulates its 20th Platinum & Golden Award winners
Lusaka – MISA Zambia would like to congratulate all journalists who were awarded during its 20th MISA Platinum & Golden Awards held on 30th September 2022 at the Golden Peacock Hotel in Lusaka.
The media awards were created with the objective to promote media excellence and encourage professionalism in the media Industry.
During the 20th media awards edition, an independence panel of adjudicators drawn from academia and the media was engaged to review a total of One hundred and twenty-one (121) entries which were received by the institution after extensive calling for entries.
In the adjudication process, the panel of adjudicators were looking for;
• Analytical reporting
• Use of facts in the reporting
• What type of effect the reporting had?
• Did it trigger discussion or debate?
• Did it result in policy action or improvement in service?
• Should exhibit Independence, Impartiality, Coherence, simplicity, Clarity, and Plot,
• Should be Ethically sound article/programme,
• Coherence, simplicity, clarity, and plot.
MISA Zambia with support from its co-operating partners including; BBC Media Action, PANOS Institute Southern Africa, Public Service Pension Fund, Non-Governmental Gender Coordinating Council, Buy Zed Campaign, Partners Against Piracy, Otridah Kapona and Diakonia Zambia awarded twenty-one (21) deserving journalists from different media houses as outlined below;
1. MISA Sponsored categories
Golden Print
Winner : Jack Jacob Zimba
Institution: Zambia Daily Mail
Golden TV
Winner : Virginia Chilongo
Institution: Muvi TV
Golden Radio
Winner: Dominic Bikale
Institution: ZNBC (Kaonde section)
Golden Online Media
Winner: Christopher Chisi
Institution:5 FM
Golden Community Media
Winner : Aphius Kaputula
Institution: Muvi TV
2. Sponsored categories
Best Reporting Social Protection Sponsored by PSPF
Print
Winner: Linda Mupemo
Institution: ZANIS Milenge
Television
Winner: Zipporah Mushala
Institution: Camnet TV
Radio
Winner: Lukundo Nankamba
Institution: Radio Phoenix
Best Reporting National & Natural Resources Management sponsored by Diakonia Zambia
Print
Winner: Ndangwa Mwittah
Institution: Zambia Daily Mail
Online
Winner: Cynthia Nkhata
Institution: African Women in Media
Television
Winner: Christopher Bazilio Banda
Institution: Prime TV
Radio
Winner: Bibian Lambart Mwale
Institution: Radio Christian Voice
Best Reporting Gender sponsored by NGOCC
Print
Winner: Ndangwa Mwittah
Institution: Zambia Daily Mail
Electronic
Winner: Monica Baidoo
Institution: Flava FM
AMR champion journalist award sponsored by Otridah Kapona
Winner: Lucy Nambela
Institution: Capital FM
Best Reporting Child Rights Governance sponsored by PANOS
Print
Winner: Dorothy Chisi
Institution: Times of Zambia
Electronic
Winner: Justina Matandiko
Institution: Radio Ichengelo.
Outstanding Buy Local Campaign sponsored by Buy Zed Campaign
Print
Winner: Violet Mengo
Institution: Zambia Daily Mail
Electronic
Winner: Joseph Phiri
Institution: ZNBC Radio 2
Best Reporting Intellectual Property sponsored by Partners Against Piracy
Winner: Christopher Chisi
Institution:5 FM
MISA Zambia therefore congratulates the award winners and would like to encourage everyone that participated in the awards to continue supporting professionalism and media excellence.
We would also love to thank all our partners for making the event possible and continue to support the work that we do.
Issued by :
Rev. Fr. Barnabas Simatende OMI (PhD)
Chairperson
MISA Zambia

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The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) was founded in 1992. Its work focuses on promoting, and advocating for, the unhindered enjoyment of freedom of expression, access to information and a free, independent, diverse and pluralistic media.

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