4 April 2014

Africalink Listeners' Contest - Winners

What's moving Africa?

AfricaLink - DW's program for Africa offers you news and insights on what and who is moving Africa. It examines the issues that matter most - like education, human rights and development. But it also features success stories from around the continent - like Vickie Remoe and Tonyi Senayah.

Prize winners

DW wanted to share these stories with you and, at the same time, give you a chance to win great prizes. From February 11 until March 24, listeners were able to enter a competition based on these stories. We are delighted to say that we have had a tremendous response and are happy to announce the names of the winners.

A laptop has been won by Anita Dodzidenu of Ghana,

Kamanda Bosco of Uganda has won a radio.

Rudolph Ayikwei of Ghana has won a tablet computer.

MP3 players have been won by Richard Mwanji Njeri of Kenya,Albert Chama of Zambia and Baron Gwaze of Zimbabwe.

Congratulations to all the winners.

Learn more about the people behind the campaign:

For Tonyi Senayah click here

for Vickie Remoe click here

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