The third Writers’ Guild of South Africa (WGSA) Muse Awards took place on Saturday night, 2 April 2016, at the Soweto Theatre in Jabulani, Soweto. It was attended by leading figures and industry insiders in the South African film and television industry, as well as representatives from headline sponsors, MNET, gold sponsors SABC and NFVF, and the Gauteng Film Commission.
The winners in the various categories are:
Julia Smuts Louw – The Case of the Disappearing Daddy
Trish Malone – Ayanda
Matthew Kalil – In the Line of Duty
Both Worlds Writing Team: Karen Jeynes, Chris McEvoy, Angel Campey, Nkuli Sibeko, Thierry Cassuto, and Gilli Apter – Puppet Nation ZA
Paul Ian Johnson – JAB
Richard Harry Nosworthy and Megan Reeks – Number One
Eduard Frauenstein – Get a Life
Peter Goldsmid – Love Songs of Nathan J Swirsky
GFC’S Top Gauteng Writer
Ty Skosana – Touched
A special service award went to the WGSA Muse Awards creator Harriet Meier in acknowledgement of her outstanding service to the WGSA.