A reporter with the Daily News Orton Kiishweko, emerged the overall winner of the Excellency in Journalism Awards (EJAT) 2010. Kiishweko had also emerged winner in two categories Good Governance and Aids for print Media. He was awarded certificates, trophies and three laptop computers one for each category. In addition he scooped the 4,000 USD scholarship award as the overall winner. Kiisheko in the 2009 JOYAT Journalist of the Year Tanzania won two awards the Children award and Young and upcoming journalist. Other winners in EJAT 2010 and their categories are as follows;- Samuel Mwamkinga from the Citizen Dar es Salaam won the Best Cartoonist Category, Bashir Nkoromo from Uhuru/Mzalendo won in the Best Photo Journalist category. The award for Good governace category in television went to Margareth Tengule, from Star TV , Dar es Salaam while the award for the same category for radio awarded to Adeladius Makwega from TBC Taifa. Lucas Liganga from the Citizen in Dar es Salaam emerged winner for Malaria category for print media while Festo Sikagonamo ITV Mbeya won for television. There was no winner for radio. In the sports and Culture catgegory, there were n o winners for print and television but Masoud Masoud from TBC Taifa , Dar es Salaam emerged winner for radio in that category. Tuma Dandi, who has disabilities from Radio Mlimani, Dar es Salaam won the category of reporting people with disabilities for radio. He had to be lifted with his tricycle to the main stand to receive his award, certificate and prize. The award for that category for print media went to Tumaini Msowoya of Mwananchi newspaper and for Television the winner was Victoria Patrick from TBC1 , Dodoma. The print media award for Gender category went to Florence Majani from Mwananachi Newspaper, Dar es Salaam while for television went to Dorcas Raymos from Channel 10, Dar es Salaam and for radio, the award was scooped by Grace Kiondo from Zenj FM, Zanzibar . The television award for Aids Category went to Dotto Mnyadi, from TBC while for radio Martin Kuhanga from Radio Tumaini in Dar es Salaam emerged winner. The Health category award for print media went to Sheilla Sezzy from Mwananachi, Mwanza while Sam Mahela, from ITV, Dar es Salaam scooped the award for television and Elesia Isabula TBC Taifa, Dar es Salaam for radio. Felix Mwakyembe from Raia Mwema, Mbeya, clinched the award for Environment category for print media while for television Festo Sikagonamo, from ITV, Dar es Salaam scooped the award. Emmanuel Chacha Raia Mwema emerged winner in the Economic Category for print media while for televsion the winner was Cosmas Makongo, from ITV, Mwanza and Ezekiel Kamanga Baraka FM Mbeya Won for radio. The print media award for Education Category went to Happy Severine Mollel, from Nipashe. Mwara , the television award went to Agnes Tuniga, from TBC1 and Pius Ntiga from Radio Uhuru won the award for radio. Whereas there was no winner for print media for Reporting Children Category, there were winners for the category for Television and Radio. For Televison the winner wa s Angelo Mwoleka from Star TV, Arusha and Gervas Hubile from TBC Taifa for Radio. Gregory from the Citizen Dar es Salaam won the award for the category of reporting Disasters and conflicts for print media. Categories which did not nominees are Science and Technology, Telecommunications and Labour and Workplace Relations. Over 400 entries contested for EJAT 2010 but only over 70 were picked as finalists. Almost all categories had runners up who were awarded with certificates of recognition. It emerged during the award ceremony that most of the entries eminated from assignments supported by the the Tanzania Media Fund (TMF). Retired Chikef Justice, Barnabas Samatta was Chief guest at the award cemenony held at Mlimani City Conference Centre.