Published 02 June 2020

Volt Africa CEO Samantha Naidu (seated) with some members of her team. Volt Africa have won two prizes in the 2020 edition of the International News Media Association (INMA)'s prestigious Global Media Awards competition. Picture: Supplied

Cape Town – Digitally integrated service provider Volt Africa won two prizes in the 2020 edition of International News Media Association’s (INMA) prestigious Global Media Awards competition on Tuesday.

Volt Africa scooped the “Best New Initiative to Empower and Retain Talent” award as well as the “Best in Africa” award in the virtual ceremony that was broadcast globally on multiple channels.

With 922 entries from 262 news brands in 44 countries and five continents, 42 media experts judged the competition, focusing on breakthrough results, unique concepts, strong creativity, innovative thinking, and winning synergies across media platforms.

On taking first place in the category Best New Initiative to Empower and Retain Talent, Volt Africa CEO Samantha Naidu said: “Volt Africa’s mission is to power Africa’s digital ambition and grow its digital footprint through one brand, business and person at a time. We are committed to contributing to Africa’s digital expansion and believe in its endless possibilities. I would like to take this opportunity to thank our employees, who are ultimately our biggest asset.”

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