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    Standard Bank Sikuvile Journalism Awards 2023 shortlist announced

    The shortlist for this year's edition of the Standard Bank Sikuvile Journalism Awards, brought to you by South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef), has been announced.
    Image supplied.<p>Standard Bank Sikuvile Journalism Awards 2023 shortlist has been announced
    Image supplied.

    Standard Bank Sikuvile Journalism Awards 2023 shortlist has been announced

    The winners will be announced at an event on Saturday, 24 June at The Venue, Melrose Arch, Gauteng.

    All category winners receive the coveted Sikuvile Journalism Award Trophy as well as R15,000 prize money (to be shared if there is more than one winner in a category).

    The Shortlist

    HARD NEWS
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    Inkolelo Engaziwa
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    Drugs
    Miss SA 2022 Profile
    SABC
    COMMUNITY SERVICE REPORTING
    Liezl HumanPlan to create ‘Khoisan Orania’ in GrabouwGround up
    Malibongwe Dayimani
    Kayleen Morgan
    Enyobeni tavern tragedyNews24
    Nomvuyo NtanjanaLeft off the gridSABC
    Sune PayneHeartache of forced removals lingers as claimants prepare to make ‘history’ and move back to District SixDaily Maverick
    Zikhona TshonaSiyabongaNewzroom Afrika
    POPULAR JOURNALISM
    NO FINALISTS
    INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM
    Dewald van RensburgThe LaundryAmaBhungane - Daily Maverick
    Jeff WicksSilenced: Why Babita Deokaran was murderedNews24
    Raymond JosephGaming the LotteryGroundUp
    Tankiso Maketha
    Graeme Hosken
    Aron Hyman
    Zama Zama InvestigationTimesLIVE
    BUSINESS JOURNALISM
    Ann CrottySpar: Has the friendly store lost its wayFinancial Mail
    Antoinette SlabbertEinde van die padRapport
    Carol PatonFrom AK-47s to business forums: This is how SA's 'construction mafia' is winningNews24
    Dewald van RensburgThe ANC's Manganese 'Gold Mine
    Gold ‘scam’ robs SA of billions, says SARS
    AmaBhungane
    Lisa SteynWill Transnet be the next Eskom? Industry warns rail is in free fall in SANews24
    Thanduxolo Jika
    Philani Nombembe
    Lwazi Hlangu
    Extortion mafias hold SA hostageSunday Times
    William HorneHier is die amper 100 munisipaliteite wat Eskom R50 mjd. SkuldNetwerk24
    FEATURES
    Franny RabkinStill Searching for the Truth/The Woman in the Blue DressSunday Times
    Jorisna BonthuysMother of asthmatic children fights for air in dirty shadow of coal power stationsDaily Maverick
    MEDIA HACK TEAM.
    Laura Grant
    Leonie Joubert
    Alastair Otter
    Tanya Pampalone
    Gemma Ritchie
    Gemma Gatticchi
    Paul Botes
    A Perfect StormMedia Hack-TheOutlier.co.za
    NEWS24 TEAM
    Nokuthula Manyathi
    Sharlene Rood
    Chante Schatz
    Kayleen Morgan
    Amy Gibbings
    Aljoscha Kohlstock
    When the rains cameNews24
    Susan ComrieThe Collapse of Old King Coal (series)AmaBhungane
    Willemien Brümmer’n Reeks oor haweloses (two-part series)Netwerk24
    LIFESTYLE
    Carla LewisWolbeer is wegBeeld
    Engela KrugerTjoklit kom lang pad van meer as 80 jaarDie Burger
    Madeleine ChaputThe moral question that hangs over 'more bang for your buck’Daily Dispatch
    Mariëtte OlwagenDie lokomotief met die kruishoedjieDie Burger
    Mia Lindeque
    Abigail Javier
    The Homeless Graduate - Gibson's Nzimande's storyEyewitness News
    Murray La VitaNonconformers to hetero-normative valuesNetwerk24
    Nomvuyo NtanjanaCarving Out HopeSABC
    Phemelo MoteneForced Sterilisation Understanding the realities of raising a child living with AutismKaya 959
    Toast CoetzerDierbare WoestynTaalgenoot
    Willemien BrümmerBiblioteke: Is daar ‘n toekoms?Netwerk24
    COLUMNS/ EDITORIAL
    Hamilton WendeThe first casualty of the war is truth – and humanity is close behind
    Adriaan Vlok – the old man and the dark shadow of the past
    Daily Maverick
    Johanna van EedenWat is SA se atarimae?Beeld
    Kgaugelo MaswenengFaku was right: ‘Where there is fire, there is politicsTimesLIVE
    Mpumelelo MkhabelaBabita Deokaran faced politically connected procurement terrorists and lostNews24
    Sibusiso MjikelisoWith adequate help, Nkosi’s story can have a different ending to TyibilikaNews24
    VISUAL JOURNALISM
    Financial Mail
    Sarah Buitendach,
    Shaun Uthum
    Vuyo Singiswa
    FM Covers 2022Financial Mail
    Isabella MaakePaniekaanvalle aan die toeneem in SANetwerk24
    Johnn-Grant MunroQueen Elizabeth 70 years of historyDie Burger
    Nolo MoimaWhere’s the Justice?Sunday Times
    Rikus FerreiraWakers en Makers van belofte
    SA kinders sukkel
    Die soet druppels van oorreding
    Taalgenoot
    Theuns KrugerBeeld F1-voorbladBeeld
    Thulani NtsongPhala Phala, Junkee for coal and KokoCity Press
    Vernon Janse van RensburgKoning Charles IIIBeeld
    Wilson Mgobhozi"Body of work
    How Did We Get Here?"City Press
    NEWS PHOTOGRAPHY
    Ashraf HendricksHuge fire destroys Langa homesGroundUp
    Ashraf HendricksTaxi drivers burn streets of Hout BayGroundUp
    Kayleen MorganKZN floods: KwaNdengezi father carries son's body for 10km, joins sea of families desperate for helpNews24
    Phandulwazi JikeloParly Fire Flares as Questions MountCape Times
    Siphiwe SibekoMohlakeng descends into chaos as community burns zama zama homes and belongingsReuters- Timeslive
    FEATURE PHOTOGRAPHY
    André BadenhorstLank leef die konings!Taalgenoot
    André BadenhorstOuskool in LalalandTaalgenoot
    Felix DlangamandlaNo SanitationDaily Maverick
    Sandile NdlovuFallen ReedSunday Times
    Thulani MbeleA Muddy StorySowetan
    SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHY
    Ashraf HendricksGugulethu goes gaga for go-kartsGroundUp
    André BadenhorstElke Tutu het ‘n storieTaalgenoot
    André BadenhorstHoe ry die boere sit-sit soTaalgenoot
    Deaan VivierReekssege nog nie in sakkieNetwerk24
    Lefty ShivambuCoach likens himself to Biblical Noah and MosesSowetan

    Categories 14 Manager/Publisher of the Year Award, 15. Juby Mayet Rising Star of the Year, 16. Journalist of the Year and 17. The Allan Kirkland Soga / Standard Bank Chairman’s Lifetime Achievement Award (previously the Allan Kirkland Soga: Achievement Award) will be announced at the awards event.

    The jury that judged the entries included: Kim Cloete, Tyrone August, Melanie-Ann Feris, Ryland Fisher, Pippa Green, Thabo Leshilo, Mapi Mhlangu, Lesley Mofokeng, Ruth Motau, Neo Ntsoma, Mary Papayya, Gus Silber, Beauregard Tromp, Andile Ntingi, and Portia Kobue.

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