Personal musings, facts and figures, fictional accounts – this is the scope of the diversity of entries in our first My Corruption-Free Africa competition. We had a great response to this initiative, and entrants hail from Kenya and Cameroon to South Africa, Zimbabwe and Nigeria.
My Corruption Free Africa is a blogging and photographic competition that was open to youth across Africa. There will be winners of R$1 000 each in both the blog and photography competitions, while first and second runners-up will receive $500 and $250 respectively.
The 45 entries that made it to the second round of My Corruption-Free Africa have been announced – please visit our digital community Corruption Watch Connected to view them and make comments. There are four photographic submissions and 41 written submissions, and they’re all compelling in their different ways.
The entries will now undergo judging by an external panel of experts. Winners will be announced in early May.