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Bridging The Gap: Telling Africa’s Infrastructure Story

South African Jay Caboz, a writer for Forbes Africa, won the GE-sponsored Energy & Infrastructure Award at the 2016 CNN Multichoice African Journalist Awards in October. He won for his piece '40 Years of Mozambique - The Dead Port that Rose Again,' which was chosen from entries spanning 38 African countries. In a new article about his work, Caboz discusses the importance of the Energy & Infrastructure awards category and how it provides a platform for African journalists to tell extraordinary stories." Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.

Award-winning South African photojournalist Jay Caboz.

The Port of Maputo in Mozambique.

Ricardo Roberts, the Port of Maputo Commercial Manager, who was instrumental to the story about the port’s resurgence.



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