Africa INSULTED – WWF to judge the APO Group African Women in Media Award

It’s an insult that  Rose Thuo, Head of Communications and Marketing, Africa of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) (www.WorldWildlife.org) can be used to judge media excellence in promoting African women entrepreneurs when at the rural level the WWF notoriously denies any form of entrepreneurship in wildlife use.
 They are anti-use.
As if this was not enough, the WWF communications machinery of which Rose Thuo is part and probably leads – scandalously hid information linked to the WWF conservation atrocities in Africa, including the raping of Africa women.
Therefore, it’s not the WWF that should judge African women but the African women and people that should judge it as unfit to do any work and any judging in Africa. Disappointed!
Emmanuel Koro
Johannesburg-based environmental journalist
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Executive from World Wildlife Fund (WWF) among the largest and most influential panel of judges ever assembled for a journalism prize in Africa
The judging panel for the APO Group African Woman in Media Award consists of 100 luminaries, with global icons such as Naomi Campbell joined by executives at diverse organizations like Microsoft, Harley-Davidson and FIFA
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, November 3, 2020/ — APO Group (www.APO-opa.com), the leading pan-African communications and business consultancy, is delighted to announce the jury for the prestigious APO Group African Women in Media Award 2020(http://bit.ly/APOaward). The Award recognizes, celebrates and empowers African women in the media who support female entrepreneurship throughout the continent.   

This is the largest and most influential panel of judges ever assembled for an African media award, and it reflects the importance of recognizing gender equality in business and the media.

APO Group has brought together 100 luminaries, with global icons such as Naomi Campbell joined by senior executives from every major industry on the continent, from Microsoft to Dangote; Twitter to Coca-Cola; and Harley-Davidson to LEGO!

Emmanuel Koro

Emmanuel Koro is a Johannesburg-based and international award-winning environmental journalist who has and continues to cover environmental issues in Africa.

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