June 28, 2019
Dr Sandra Roberts
Gone are the days when only journalists, editors and broadcasters had to worry over the laws and guidelines that govern content - the world is changing and you need to change with it.
Businesses of all sizes find themselves creating marketing content and engaging with...
December 11, 2018
Recharge your career resolutions in 2019 by taking an e-learning course on Journalism Ethics, Court Reporting, Media Law and the Press Code
December 10, 2018
While cost reduction is often cited as a reason to opt for an e-learning route, research by IBM gives several benefits. These benefits are increasingly available as internet access grows exponentially in Africa.
July 23, 2018
What’s the maximum impact one person can have on media and media freedom in a country, a region, a continent?
The late Jeanette Minnie dedicated her life to advancing media in southern Africa. Jeanette worked as an individual and in coalitions throughout the jobs she h...
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5 things to do when you are being "sextorted"
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#JOURNOHEROES: Remembering Juby Mayet's TRC testimony
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FREE Media Freedom Course starts today
October 4, 2019
Panos Institute Southern Africa announces new Executive Director
October 1, 2019