FOR the second year in a row radio personality and actress Vatiswa Ndara will judge a major television award ceremony.
The award-winning actress and Metro FM newsreader has been invited to take part in the final round of judging at this year's International Emmy Awards in the Best Actor category.
Last year Ndara judged the Best Actress category. And she says she just loves the opportunity to determine the future of top-notch international actors.
"It is an honour once again," Ndara said. "When it happened last year I thought it was a one-off. It is always exciting to meet people from the industry and exchange ideas.
"I met great guys, especially from the Law and Order production. Maybe they should just give me a job to work there permanently, seeing that they have appointed me again to judge."
Ndara joins more than 600 television professionals selected by the Academy's Emmy Committee each year to serve as jurors for the International Emmy Awards.
Jury panels represent current trends in world television programming as well as a wide range of industry professionals from diverse backgrounds and nationalities.
The awards have been pencilled for November 23 in New York.