Pamtengo Radio shares delight for BEFFTA award

Chijota speaking at Beffta with Pamtengo radio staff as Pauline Long looks on
Chijota speaking at Beffta with Pamtengo radio staff as Pauline Long looks on

UK Luton based online radio Pamtengo won Best Radio at the 2014 Black Entertainment Film Fashion Television and Arts (BEFFTA) Awards held on October 25, at the Hippodrome, Golders Green in London, UK

BEFFTA Awards is a distinctly special awards ceremony honouring the best showbiz and entertainment personalities in the black and ethnic communities in the UK , USA, Africa, Caribbean, Canada and globally.

Chief Executive Officer of Pamtengo Radio, Golden Tshux said the achievement was a breaking point for Pamtengo.

“We embrace this award in a very special way as we honour this recognition and acknowledge receipt of the prestigious award. It’s a symbol for hardwork and history has been made,” said Tshux who fronts the exceptionally diversed and talented Djs and presenters hailing from Malawi, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Namibia, Kenya, Uganda and Poland.

Founded by Pauline Long, BEFFTA  rewards outstanding achievements and contributions from Africans, Caribbeans and Asians in entertainment, film, fashion, television and arts.

The International prestigious ceremony celebrate an all round accomplishments of a hard working community within entertainment and showbiz aimed at inspiring black and ethnic personalities worldwide to achieve at the highest levels especially the unknown that need exposure.

In as far as radio broadcasting is concerned Pamtengo CEO said BEFFTA’s recognition was a stepping stone for the award winning radio for many great things to roll.

Focussing on the community through radio excellence and creating a unique community resource one that promotes connections and foster a sense of belonging is what we believe in as a radio, he remarked

In his acceptance speech, Director of Programmes and Deputy CEO of Pamtengo Radio, MC Steve Chijota said: “I thank everybody that took their time to vote. Your vote counted and together we have made history.”

The award winning radio which dates back March, 2013 is sponsored by World Cargo International and is about providing news, shared knowledge and cultural perspective that connect and reflect vibrant and diverse communities.

Pamtengo radio is also about maintaining a local and abroad focus for sharing music, arts, culture, news and opinions.

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