Primedia Broadcasting scoops top prizes at Liberty Awards

Primedia walked away with four major awards at the Liberty Radio Awards on Saturday night.

Eyewitness News' Tara Penny won Best News Reader while her colleague Mia Lindeque won Best Field Reporter.

Cape Town radio station KFM scooped up awards with as KFM mornings with Darren, Sherlin and Sibs took the best commercial breakfast show and Carl Wastie was also named one of the "Bright Stars", an award given to someone 35 years or younger and who is really making their mark in the industry!


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