Chriselda Lewis rewarded for her hard work: ‘Keep up the good work sisi’

Chriselda Lewis rewarded for her hard work: ‘Keep up the good work sisi’

They say dynamite comes in small packages and this saying rings true for one of South Africa’s most fierce journalists, Chriselda Lewis. The gutsy reporter recently took to her Twitter page to reveal she won an award for her continuous coverage of issues affecting the poor and working class in South Africa.

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Not only did she win an award, but she looked absolutely gorgeous while receiving her award.

The celeb wore a stunning yellow dress, accompanied by a spectacular cultural-design necklace.

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She captioned her photo:

“Just won an award tonight for my continuing coverage of issues affecting the poor & working class in South Africa. Thank you to the Communication Workers Union for the recognition. My heart lies with communities! I could not have done it without my colleagues.”

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Briefly.co.za found her fans were quick to congratulate her on winning an award at the Communication Union award ceremony.

Even Fikile Mbalula got in on the action:

Mni Nodada wrote: “Keep up the good work sisi siyakubongela.”

Whether it’s reporting on a story about peace and love, or braving rowdy crowds and teargas, you can be sure Chriselda will be there to cover it for Mzansi.

You go girl!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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