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Channel 4 News journalist Samira Ahmed has won a Stonewall award for broadcast of the year for a report on “corrective rape” in South Africa following the murder of female football star Eudy Simelane.
Samira Ahmed won the Stonewall award for broadcast of the year last night, for her report from South Africa on “corrective rape” following the murder of female football star Eudy Simelane.
She described her experience of making the award-winning report on the World News Blog earlier this year.
Also shortlisted for the award were Channel 4’s Find me a Family, and Economy Gastronomy (BBC 2), FYI Radio (lesbian and gay youth radio station) and Pobol y Cwm (BBC Cymru).
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