Forbes Africa photojournalist, Jay Caboz, walked away with two awards at last night’s Zimeo Excellence in Media Awards hosted at the Birchwood Hotel and Conference Venue in conjunction with the Africa Media Leader Forum.
The Zimeo Awards recognise excellence in journalism and other media-related activities in Africa. They are awarded to meritorious individuals and organizations that, in their writings, productions or support for media development, demonstrate the highest standards of professionalism, focus and impact.
Caboz won the TECHNOLOGY category for his feature on mine-sniffing rats in Angola [Read: Africa’s notorious pest turned furry saviour – CNBC Africa]
And the MARITIME ECONOMY category for his article on the comeback of Port of Maputo [Read The Dead Port That Rose Again – CNBC Africa]