An amazingly African affair at Caxton Awards 2015

Heidi Giokos, Daniella Potter.

The ‘Amazingly African’ affair brought together Caxton employees from around the country to award sales, journalistic, managerial and administrative emloyees of its local community newspapers.

The Soweto Gospel choir opened up the stage in true African style, and absolutely wowed the crowd. Other performances were from the Durban group, Gangs of Ballet who tore up the stage and had the crowds screaming, while Johnny Apple serenaded the crowd with his amazing voice.

Keeping to the African theme, guests enjoyed traditional African food and had the opportunity to get their faces painted by face-painters from Moyo. A marimba group kept guests on their feet.

The Johannesburg North office can be proud of its achievements. Sandton Chronicle and Leisure Options received a highly-commended award.

Kym Argo of Get It Joburg North won the award for the best written and designed advertisement/promotion.

Get It Joburg North also tied for Best Get It magazine.

Get It Campus and Leisure Options Best of Joburg were finalists for the best major advertisement feature, with Leisure Options Best of Joburg winning the award.

Tristan Beyers and Wesley Naidu were finalists in the ad designer of the year, and Naidu was highly commended.

Melvin Modiselle, Naidu and Kyle Marais were finalists in the best-designed and written medium size ad.

  AUTHOR
Tsholofelo Mosina
Journalist

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