In a first for the awards, the communication and PR industry was invited to be part of the online experience by tuning into the PRISM 2020 show via YouTube on 15 May, from the comfort of their own homes.

‘Innovation and evolution are an everyday norm in our industry. The current health crisis has indeed forced us all out of our comfort zones, and innovative thinking and ideas is what will keep us moving. We had to focus on finding a way to still acknowledge all those who had entered the awards and also to celebrate the winners. We do hope that everyone enjoyed the show,’ said Palesa Madumo, convenor of the Awards.

This year, the awards introduced some new and exciting categories. Amongst them is the PRISMs Young Voice of the Year Award, aimed at recognising the awesome contributions made by young people in the industry. Simbongile Ndlangisa was announced as this year’s winner. ‘Congratulations to all the winners and a huge thank you to each and every individual, consultancy and NGO that entered this year. We look forward to doing this again next year and celebrating our industry’s amazing work,’ continued Madumo. Here is a list of all the winners:  

Watch the ceremony on YouTube.  

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