Job Title Project Coordinator, Citizen Justice Network (CJN) Location: Wits University, Braamfontein, South Africa About CJN: CJN explores new notions of journalism and social responsibility by training community paralegals to be radio journalists in eight areas...
The Children’s Radio Foundation uses radio to create opportunities for youth dialogue, skill building, leadership, and advancing human rights, training and mentoring a new generation of youth broadcasters across Africa.
The Turkish Radio and Television Corporation - TRT World has launched a fellowship program. The TRT World Fellowship is an intensive program designed to develop, integrate and apply the skill sets of young talents from around the world in support of its newsroom.
Amomama is looking for a talented, detail-oriented associate editor/rewriter to join our growing team. The ideal candidate lives and breathes inspirational viral content, and is an expert in writing. If your writing and working styles meet our needs, we can provide a consistent stream of interesting assignments.
We are a new media start-up that trains community paralegals in under-reported areas to be radio journalists. We guide them to produce incredible stories for broadcast and identify national patterns of injustice. We are part of the Wits Journalism Department.
The Africa-China Reporting Project (“the Project”) at Wits Journalism is seeking to fill a paid Internship position in a full-time capacity at Wits Journalism for a period of six months (with the possibility of an extension for another six months).
The station provides a vehicle for communication among students and other members of the university community, and for skills development of volunteers and staff. Reporting to the VoW FM board, the Station Manager will be responsible for overseeing the station, and making sure that it fulfills this dual mandate.
Commence: 01 March 2017 Remuneration: Competitive monthly stipend This is a 6-month contract with an option to renew once. Wits Justice Project (WJP): The WJP is a project of the Journalism Department of the University of Witwatersrand. The WJP investigates...