2014 #MGSelfie competition winners

Lorenzo Wakefield with his winning #MGSelfie. (Supplied)

Lorenzo Wakefield with his winning #MGSelfie. (Supplied)

After a great Mail & Guardian social media campaign, the M&G is happy to announce this year’s top five #MGSeflie winners, who won a six-month digital subscription.

These winners showed creativity and we would like to thank you all for participating in the campaign. Here are the top five winners: 

1. Lorenzo Wakefield used Instagram to show his #MGSelfie, with the hashtags #mgselfie #incognito #competition #hopeihavethecorrecthashtag #cantbelieveimdoingthis #faceoff.

2. While doing the #MGSelfie, Neo Motloung @MrNeoMotloung showed us a full background of his work place.

3. South African music legend Koos Kombuis @KoosKombuis was creative enough to also add his name on the #MGSelfie.

4. Nina Oosthuizen ?@noosthui showed a happy face while doing her first #MGSefie.

5. Our final winner is Boitumelo L. Kwena @Tumii_L.

Here is how you can participate in the #MGSelfie campaign: 

Our social media editor will select the best selfie of the week and you could be the lucky winner of the digital subscription. The top three selfies will also be featured on the M&G website the following week.

Sthembiso Sithole

Sthembiso Sithole

Sthembiso Sithole is a social media specialist. He recently studied BA Honours in Journalism and Media Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand. In 2014, he obtained his journalism qualification at Tshwane University of Technology. He has achieved so much, and there are tons more he dreams of accomplishing. He has written for The Star, was a blogger for JournTau, worked at SABC as a Digital News Producer and was formerly the Mail & Guardian's social media editor. Read more from Sthembiso Sithole

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