Tue, 17 Dec 2019 18:17 - Updated Tue, 17 Dec 2019 17:35
TPA journalist wins journalism award in Huila
Lubango - Baptista João, journalist at the Angolan Public Television Huila Production Center (TPA), won the "Huila - 2019" Journalism Prize on Monday night in Lubango.
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Jornalistas vencedores do prémio de jornalismo da província da Huíla
Photo: José Filipe
Governor of Huila hands over provincial journalism award to winners.
Photo: José Filipe
The reporter also won in the Television category, with a report that portrays the tourist potential of the region, particularly the ondimba caves in the municipality of Humpata.
In the press category, won the journalist João Catombela, from the newspaper "O País", in the radio was awarded laureate Antónia Kuzanga, from RNA.
In photojournalism, Arimateia Baptista, from Edições Novembro-EP was distinguished, and in the revelation category won Cândido Samukepe, from Palanca TV.
During the event, ANGOP journalists José Krithinas and Miguel Filipe (Edições Novembro) were honored posthumously, as well as Graça Mendes (TPA), José Manuel Rodrigues (Social Communication) and Aurora Guerreiro (RNA) for their contributions in favor of the class in Huila province.
The winner received the prize of five million kwanzas, while each category received 150,000 Kz
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