ANNOUNCING THE WINNERS: Radio Jingles Competition in Honour of World Press Freedom Day 2021

In commemorating World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) slated for 3 May 2021 and celebrating the historic milestone 30th anniversary of the Windhoek Declaration which has undoubtedly shaped the Namibian media landscape today, Fesmedia Africa put out a continental call for Radio Jingles. The competition ran from 19 March 2021 to 29 March 2021.




The overall content rich and high-quality radio jingles made the judging process difficult, which were only separated by slim margins. After a vigorous judging process with industry professionals, Elmarie Kapunda – Head of Current Affairs at the national broadcaster (NBC), David Bishop – Head of Future Media, Anethe Mtambanengwe – Regional Communications Coordinator at Fesmedia Africa, Khadijah Muntjintja – Public Relations Coordinator at Fesmedia Africa and Rachel Nghimulitete – Radio Presenter at Touch FM (NBC) as well as Media Information Literacy (MIL) Facilitator, three winners were selected.

The overall winner was Nyasha Mandimutsira, a 3rd year student studying towards a National Diploma in Mass Communication: Majoring in Broadcast Journalism at the Harare Polytechnic College. The 2nd runner-up was Ange Joel Agbla from Benin, who is a Radio Technician, and also a student at the University of Abomey Calavi (UAC), and currently lives in the city of Cotonou, Benin. The 3rd runner up was Hafeni Namwira from Namibia, he is currently busy with a Bachelors in Communications from NUST. He has previously worked as both a Radio Presenter and Production Technician at Energy 100 FM, Fresh FM and 99 FM, as well as an events promoter in Rundu, Namibia.

Kindly find the links to the winning radio jingles on Fesmedia Africa’s SoundCloud:

  1. Nyasha Mandimutsira – Zimbabwe: https://soundcloud.com/user-470249495/nyasha-mandimutsira-zimbabwe
  2. Ange Joel Agbla – Benin:  https://soundcloud.com/user-470249495/ange-joel-agbla-benin
  3. Hafeni Namwira – Namibia:  https://soundcloud.com/user-470249495/hafeni-namwira-namibia


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