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Caboz scoops GE Energy & Infrastructure Award

Caboz scoops GE Energy & Infrastructure Award

A Namibia delegation attended the CNN MultiChoice Africa Journalist Awards held in Johannesburg, where South African, Jay Caboz scooped the GE Energy & Infrastructure Award.
The delegation included Clive Kavendjii; Adv. Bience Gawanas, Director – MultiChoice Namibia; Hon. Tjekero Tweya, Minister of Information and Communication Technology (MICT); Ms. Milka Mungunda, Chairperson – MultiChoice Namibia; Hon. Alpheus !Naruseb, Minister of Works and Transport and Roger Gertze, General Manager of MultiChoice Namibia.
Caboz, from South Africa, was presented with the award by Thomas Konditi, President and CEO GE Transportation Africa & GE South Africa.
Caboz, a writer for Forbes Africa, in South Africa, won for his piece ‘40 Years of Mozambique – The Dead Port that Rose Again’ which was chosen from entries spanning 38 nations across the African continent
The awards, which rotate location each year in tribute to their Pan-African credentials, were held at a Gala ceremony hosted by CNN and MultiChoice at the Gallagher Convention Centre, in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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”.

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