1. Why health journalism should be a priority for African newsrooms Journalists play a key role in reaching communities and sharing information on issues related to medicine, new trends in the health sector, policies and local and global disease outbreaks.
  2. Mobile journalism revolutionises storytelling in Kenya | Mobile journalism is growing in Kenya and across Africa allowing media practitioners to more easily tell stories and cover news thanks to the mobile phone’s affordability, portability and convenience.
  3. This Nigerian newspaper is committed to agricultural journalism | With the effects of climate change becoming more evident, high-quality agricultural journalism is critical now more than ever.
  4. A digital platform to amplify African storytellers’ voices | Ugandan media entrepreneur Roland Byagaba founded Muwado, a storytelling platform for African writers that allows thousands of creators to tell their stories to a global audience.
  5. A bright spark of media excellence in rural Zimbabwe | Community Podium, a non-profit participatory media organisation, has for the past three years been championing civic participation, community voices, and access to information in rural Zimbabwe.
  6. Strengthening financial sustainability of media organisations in Nigeria | NAMIP works to foster new business models for independent media in Nigeria by supporting their product, digital, audience and revenue development as well as their organisational management.
  7. Inside Kenya’s podcasting boom | Kenya has been cited in a new report as one of three countries in Africa experiencing rapid podcasting growth driven by high access to the internet, oral tradition, and creators’ freedom to tell stories.
  8. Sunshine Cinema helps journalists to fight misinformation | Sunshine Cinema, a non-profit media organisation in Zimbabwe, aims to engage journalists and develop the media space in the Matabeleland regions and beyond.
  9. Swahili-language data journalism group creates sustainable model | When Nukta Africa, the Swahili language data journalism news site based in Tanzania, launched in 2018 the founders quickly realised that to be sustainable, news alone wasn’t going to cut it.
  10. Q&A with Johnson Kanamugire of The Rwanda Post | Johnson Kanamugire is a journalist and founder of The Rwanda Post, a digital news platform that leverages existing tools and technologies to consistently tell compelling public interest stories.
  11. Journalists foster civic engagement on climate change and mental health in Botswana | Award-winning women journalists have ventured into civic media as they drive civic engagement through their non-profit organisations.
  12. How understanding of asset framing can help journalists tell a ‘complete’ story | Solutions journalism, which is rigorous reporting about how people are responding to social problems, is a great journalism practice that can help journalists tell a complete story.
  13. Conservation organisation stirs up environmental reporting in Botswana | A cohort of journalists is shining a light on the much-neglected environmental and conservation news in newsrooms locally and internationally.
  14. Q&A with Chimee Adioha, co-founder of Diaspora Africa | Diaspora Africa is a media organisation that amplifies African immigrant voices and empowers African immigrants to contribute, engage, and advocate for inclusive diaspora policies globally.
  15. CITE making strides in the development of journalism in Zimbabwe | Centre for Innovation and Technology is a private journalism and media enterprise whose vision is to be a leading digital technology centre and innovation hub for citizen participation.

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