CJN has been looking for ways to duplicate their unique and highly successful model of combining paralegals and radio stations in a different African country.

The social justice problems that we address through advice, story telling and education are universal and we have long since understood that huge benefit could be reaped from reaching out and setting up a CJN operation in Kenya, Mozambique or Zimbabwe. The new area would receive our brand of quality and well-researched content and we would have the opportunity to see how different radio and paralegal sectors work and bring these learnings back to South Africa.

This story was first published by the Civic Tech Innovation Network, a Wits Journalism project. Please click on the following link to read the full article: CJN EYES AFRICAN EXPANSION