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Debora Patta
Debora Patta
Nata 13 Iulii 1964
Zimbabuae

Debora Patta (nata Zimbabuae anno 1964) est diurnaria et mulier rerum televisivae Africae Australis. Eius familia origines Italiae civitatis Plagae Sclavorum habet[1][2][3]

Anno 1984 diplomata Scientiae Socialis in Universitate Civitatis Capitis

Praemia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 1992: South African Checkers Journalist of the Year
  • 2004: Vodacom Journalist of the Year Gauteng Region
  • 2004: MTN 10 Most Remarkable Women in Media
  • 2007: Simonsvlei Journalist Achiever of the Year[4]
  • 2009: Vodacom Women in the Media[5]
  • 2010: CEO Magazine South Africa's Most Influential Women in Business and Government[6]

Anno 2010 accipit etiam Tricolor Globe Award ab Italian Women in the World Association[7][8].

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Anne Maggs et Debora Patta; Baby Micaela: the inside story of South Africa's most famous abduction case; Zebra Press, 1996; ISBN 9781868700493
  • Rory Steyn et Debora Patta; One step behind Mandela: the story of Rory Steyn, Nelson Mandela's chief bodyguard; Zebra Press, 2000; ISBN 9781868722693

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "Premio Globo Tricolore" (Italian). RadioEmiliaRomagna. 25 Septembis 2010 
  2. McRae, Fiona (12 Octobris 2010). "'La vita' looks 'bella' for Debora Patta". mediaclubsouthafrica.com 
  3. Segar, Sue (30 May 2008). "Interview with Debora Patta: Not all Glamour" 
  4. Shuttleworth voted 2007 achiever
  5. Rehbock, Nicky (4 Iunii 2009). "Media awards for SA women". mediaclubsouthafrica.com 
  6. "2010's most influential women". 2 Aug 2010 
  7. Premi: a Romina Arena e Debora Patta il Globo tricolore 2010
  8. Italy recognises Debora Patta's success

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]


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