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All the Standard Bank Sikuvile Journalism Awards 2022 winners!

Hosted by the South African National Editors’ Forum (SANEF) and sponsored by Standard Bank, the first live Standard Bank Sikuvile Journalism Awards since 2019, saw the Daily Maverick’s Pieter-Louis Myburgh winning Story of the Year for Digital Vibes.

Myburgh also won the Investigative Journalism category for ‘’Digital Vibes’’ in Daily Maverick. He was one of several journalists who won the Investigative Journalism category in 2018 for the collaborative body of work “Gupta Leaks”. He is also the author of the book: Gangster State (Penguin Random House).

The Upcoming/ Rising Star of the Year was shared by Shonisani Tshikalange of the Sunday Times and TimesLIVE and Onke Ngcuka, Daily Maverick. Ngcuka was a finalist in the Lifestyle category.

The Allan Kirkland Soga: Lifetime Achiever Award honoured Anthony Heard.

All category winners received the coveted Sikuvile Journalism Award Trophy, certificate and R15,000 prize money. All finalists also receive certificates.

The 2022 Standard Bank Sikuvile Awards winners:

 

Category 1:   Hard News

 

NAME                                      TITLE                                                    COMPANY

Winner: Team News 24    “July Unrest Breaking News”

 

News24
Commendation: Mike Loewe “35 Fuel Stations dump Shell” Daily Dispatch

 

Category 3:   Community Service Reporting

 

Winner: Nomvuyo Ntanjana “Tatum De Pearce” SABC 2 And SABC News Channel 404
Commendation: Khaya Koko “Defenders of the last Complex standing” Mail And Guardian
Commendation: Don Pinnock “The evicted residents of District Six were robbed of the golden threads of

Community”

Daily Maverick

 

Category 4:   Investigative Journalism

 

Winner: Pieter-Louis Myburgh “Digital Vibes” Daily Maverick

 

Category 5:   Columns /Editorial

 

Winner: Mia Malan “The joke’s on us, South Africa”

 

Bhekisisa Centre for Health Journalism
Commendation: Setumo Stone “The EFF masterstroke” City Press
Commendation: Johanna Van Eeden “Hoekom is ons so geskok?” Beeld
Commendation: Willemien Brümmer

 

“Dis hoekom ons moet leer om ook na Nzimande te luister” Netwerk24

 

Category 6:  Visual Journalism (Editorial Cartoons & Graphic Layout)

 

WINNER:  Jaco Grobbelaar

Arisa Janse Van Rensburg

“Een jaar sedert eerste Covid-19-geval in SA” Netwerk24, Beeld & Die Burger

 

Category 7:   Features

 

WINNER: Willemien Brümmer

 

BODY OF WORK

“Pandemie van verdriet”

Netwerk24
Commendation: Don Pinnock BODY OF WORK

“Nature’s Defenders”

Daily Maverick

 

 

Category 9:   News Photographs

 

WINNER: Phandulwazi Jikelo

 

“Refugees left stranded without ablution facilities” Cape Times

 

Category 10:   Feature Photographs

 

Winner: Lucas Ledwaba

 

“Women bear brunt of gold mining’s rotten legacy” Mukurukuru Media

 

Category 11:  Sports Photographs

 

Winner: Phandulwazi Jikelo

 

“Red Bull King of the air”

 

African News Agency

 

Category 12:   Lifestyle

Winner: Graham Wood

 

“Kentridgenomics: What rocketing prices for William’s work say about SA’s art market” Financial Mail

 

There were no nominations for Category 2:  Indigenous Language Reporting In Community Media and

Category 8:   Popular Journalism.

 

Category 13:   Upcoming/ Rising Star of the Year:

Shonisani Tshikalange and Onke Ngcuka

 

Category 14:   Story of the Year:

Pieter-Louis Myburgh, Digital Vibes, Daily Maverick

 

Category 15:   Allan Kirkland Soga: Lifetime Achiever Award

Anthony Heard

 

 

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