Zimbabwean Documentary Wins An International Award

The documentary follows the stories of a number of children struggling to survive in Zimbabwe and has been aired
overseas on BBC. Among the recipients of Peabody Awards at the 70th annual event, honoring the best in electronic media, were HBO's The Pacific and TNT's Men of a Certain Age.

International recipients include Report on a New Generation of Migrant Workers in China, a report from Hong Kong's Phoenix InfoNews Channel, as well as Zimbabwe's Forgotten Children, BBC Four's presentation of Xoliswa Sithole's secretly-filmed documentary.

 Xoliswa Sithole is a Zimbabwean born, South Africa based film-maker based in Johannesburg. She was awarded a BAFTA, for her role in producing the BBC/True Vision documentary Orphans of Nkandla, chronicling the effects of Aids in Africa. -- kold.com

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