Journalists are encouraged to submit their unique story ideas to the MMA for the 2022 ISU Elihle Awards. For further information, see below.
Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) 2022 lsu Elihle Awards for African Journalists.
“Isu Elihle” is an isiZulu phrase and could be translated into English as a beautiful, great or simply a neat solution. The Isu Elihle Awards were launched in 2016 by MMA with the support of Save the Children
International, the Swedish International Development Agency and Media Network on Child Rights Development (MNCRD) based in Zambia.
These Awards aim to encourage journalist to highlight issues that are faced by children in the continent. Journalist from more than twenty countries have applied in the previous years and diverse issues about children have been raised. This shows that these awards have gained a lot of traction within the continent.
MMA’s awards seek to give children a voice and highlight the status of children in our continent. Journalists are encouraged to submit their story ideas and these can be targeted at any mainstream news medium such as TV, Radio or Online. The top six story ideas will then be selected during an online Awards ceremony in June.
- Journalists behind these ideas will each receive guaranteed financial support of ZAR 10 000.
- MMA will also offer support to the finalists to develop their concepts.
- The final stories will be ranked and the final cash prizes will be awarded.
|Approximate Cash prize *
|First runner up
|Second runner up
|Mandy Rossouw Category
|Between R10 000 and R25 000
Isu Elihle Awards Timeline 2022
|Story idea submission
|1 April – 13 May
|1st round adjudication
|16 May – 16 June
|16 June – 6 August
|Finalists produce and publish stories
|19 August – 20 October
|Announce final winners
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