2014 Oct. 13: See you @ Upcoming Mbokodo Awards 2014

 

2014 Mbokodo awards

 

 

2013 winners in the different categories are as follows:

1. Women in Indigenous Art: Peki Emmelinah “Nothembi” Mkhwebane

2. Promotion of Language and Story Telling: Nthabiseng Sibanda

3. Creative Writing: Devarakshanam Betty Govinden

4. Poetry: Myesha Jenkins

5. Fashion Design and Innovation: Vanessa Gounden

6. Creative Photography: Zanele Muholi

7. Painting: Catherine Christie

8. Sculpture: Nandhipa Mntambo

9. Dance: Tebogo Kgobokoe

10. Opera: Pretty Yende

11. Theatre: Thembi Mtshali-Jones

12. Women In Jazz: Siya Makuzeni

13. Music: Simphiwe Dana

14. Promotion of Arts in the Media: Lore Watterson

15. Arts Ambassador: Lira

16. Women in New Media: Pam Warne

17. Architecture and Creative Design: Kate Otten

18. Women in Film: Helena Spring

19. Comedy: Tumi Morake

20. Miriam Makeba Achievement Award: Sathima Bea-Benjamin

 

 

 

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