Winnie Ntshaba’s soapie awards adapt to Covid

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Winnie Ntshaba
Winnie Ntshaba

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Winnie Ntshaba, the founder of the Royalty Soapie Awards, wanted to be a game-changer when she launched the awards in 2013 to honour creatives in the television industry.

“The TV industry plays [an important role] and touches millions [of people] through storytelling. When there was a big cry that no one was taking care of the actors, I raised my hand.

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