Paul McNally has twelve years experience as an award-winning writer, media developer and producer of radio documentary.
McNally is the Director of The Citizen Justice Network.
He won Best Radio Journalism at the Discovery Health Journalism Awards in 2015.
He is a winner of The Global Innovation Competition 2015 by Making All Voices Count for his citizen journalism programme involving community radio.
He won Best Radio Documentary at the MTN Radio Awards in 2015.
His science show won Best News & Actuality programme and he won best presenter at the MTN Radio Awards 2015.
He won Excellence in Investigative Journalism at the MDDA/Sanlam Awards in 2015.
He won Best News & Actuality producer at the MTN Radio awards in 2014.
He won Webber Wentzel Legal Journalist of The Year in radio broadcast in 2013.
He won a CNN MultiChoice African Journalist of the Year Award in 2009 (in the health category for an article on traditional healers) and returned as a pre-selection judge for the awards in 2011 and 2012 at CNN’s headquarters in London.
He won a MPASA Pica for being Public Interest Writer of The Year in 2008 for his work as a health journalist on ARVs.
He won a Vodacom regional Best Print Feature Award in 2008.
He has convened courses at The University of Cape Town in print production and has a Masters in Creative Writing.