BOAF inducts Mr. Savious Kwinika to Africa’s 10,000 Points of Light
“On behalf of the Banking on Africa’s Future, it is my pleasure to welcome Mr. Savious Kwinika to the prestigious 10,000 Points of Light (POL) community being persons who without anyone noticing are driven by pride in being African and endeavours to play their small part in problem-solving,” said Mr. Stanley Karombo of the 1873 FM radio www.the1873fm.com and the 1873 Network www.the1873network.org
Mr Kwinika’s performance and relationship currencies are worth of noting and showcasing in a highly competitive global ecosystem.
Mr Savious Kwinika is an African multiple-award-winning journalist at CAJ News Agency (Centre for African Journalists based in Johannesburg) South Africa. Kwinika is the owner and current Head of Africa News at CAJ News..
Under his belt, Mr. Kwinika has several top media and journalistic awards of excellence in Environment, Science & Technology, Human Rights, Innovation and Political. Kwinika worked for various international, local and regional media houses such as Reuters Africa and Media 24 (South Africa), The Standard newspaper (Zimbabwe), The Star of Zimbabwe and The Mirror. Mr. Kwinika did his journalism and media studies at the University of Witwatersrand, London School of Journalism (LSJ) and in the US.
Mr.Kwinika also worked as a trainee online news editor for Reuters Africa under Mr. John Chiahemen and Mr. Raphel Banda before becoming head of Africa news at CAJ News Agency. CAJ News is Africa’s premier independent news service provider specialising in reporting the following:
Information Communication Technology (ICT), Investing Oil, Gas, Solar and Electricity, Finance & Banking, Mining, Construction and Engineering, Mobiles & Telecommunication, Political, Sports.
“When Mr. Karombo was talking about the Banking on Africa’s Future (BOAF) initiative, it took longer to realize that I have to start building my own list of renowned journalists around Africa whom I can bank on,” said Mr. Kwinika one of the few Zimbabwean who has demonstrated that with a great vision, one can move mountains. “I’m profoundly humbled to have Mr. Kwinika as part of the class of 10,000 Point of Light,” said Mr Karombo.
Mr. Stanley Dube of the of the 1873 FM radio www.the1873fm.com and the 1873 Network said: “Our objective is to efficiently and effectively build a bank of 10,000 names like Mr. Kwinika who have currency in their persons and work ethic to begin to answer the question why it is the case that it is often impossible to transform connections into communities.”