Full list of the DStv Content Creator Awards winners

The second edition of the DStv Content Creator Awards was in full swing on Saturday night with content creators dressed to the nines for the purple carpet at The Galleria in Sandton

Personalities spotted on the carpet included Lasizwe, K Naomi, Julia Anastasopoulos, Pona Halo, Nomuzi “Moozlie” Mabena, Kim Jayde, Candice Modiselle, Matt Flax, Farieda Metsileng, Carol Ofori, Karabo Poppy, Kefilwe Mabote and Lemii LoCo.

The 2023 DStv Content Creator Awards winners are:

Cause/Social Commentary Award

Doctor Siya

Funniest Content Creator Award

Ikho Kweba

Visual Arts Award

Karabo Poppy

Best Brand Collaboration Award

essenceMediacom for Gillette #IndodaCanShave

Sports Fan Award

Lemii LoCo

Fashion & Style Award

Kefilwe Mabote

Emerging Creator Award presented by 947

God’s Butler

Podcast of the Year Award presented by Spotify 

Podcast and Chill with MacG

Podcast Special Mention, presented by Spotify

African Story Magic with Gcina Mhlophe

Automotive Award

Juliet Mc Guire

Knowledge Sharing Award

Becoming Dr Andy

Thumb-Stopping Award

Donovan Goliath

The OG Award

Mihlali Ndamase

Alter-Ego Award

Sipho2Skiits — August (That Mozambican Dude)

Foodie Award

Mush Kitchen

Travel & Lifestyle Award presented by LIFT

Wander with Iana

Dance Award

Justin de Nobrega

Sol Content Creator Award


Song of the Year Award

AKA ft. Nasty C – Lemons (Lemonade)

DStv Content of the Year Award

Tums the Narrator

“Telling great stories is in our DNA, and partnering with the DStv Content Creator Awards aligns with who we are as a business. We see the need to enrich the lives of young storytellers and encourage them to tell their own stories in their own way.

“We are thrilled to be part of this journey for the second year running and even more excited to see the winners coming out of this year,” said Tshepiso Sathekge, senior manager: sponsorship, Multichoice SA.

In other news – A South African and a Zimbabwean arrested for smuggling R800,000 dagga

Two people, aged 35 and 43, were arrested by police at the Nerston port of entry bordering South Africa and the Kingdom of Eswatini after they were allegedly found with dagga worth almost R800,000.

Police in Mpumalanga said the two – a South African national and a Zimbabwean national – are on Monday expected to appear before the Amsterdam Magistrate’s Court after they were arrested on Friday. Read More

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