• Behind the ‘mad rush’ to journalism schools in Liberia

    Journalism training schools have been mushrooming in Liberia, triggered by an endless wave of aspiring journalists in spite of a widening gap in the job market

  • Coming up on the journalism calendar!

    Get your pen and paper because journalism and media conferences are back! Here’s a list of exciting virtual media conferences happening around the world that you should not miss

  • How Dataphyte exposed corruption in government contracts

    Making sure the story was coherent despite the many moving parts and ensuring that the description of the data was correct was one of the biggest editorial challenges

  • Weekly Reads | Killings of journalists up 50% in 2022

    Here’s a weekly round-up of media-related information we are currently reading in our newsroom that you need to know

  • Jamlab Accelerator Programme helps birth the Goloka dream

    The accelerator programme came at the right time to help midwife with the delivery of Goloka, a tool that will power decision-making in business, policy, governance, and development, writes founder Adenike Aloba

  • Ghana’s journalists still attacked with impunity

    Four years after the murder of Ghanaian journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale Divela, nobody has been tried or convicted in the journalist’s murder. Meanwhile, crimes against journalists continue


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