WCJ hosts workshop on psychological first aid for first responders

In one of the first integrated workshops of its kind, the Wits Centre for Journalism (WCJ) hosted a training session for journalists, justice officials and emergency workers from across Gauteng, looking to impart skills that can help first responders improve mental resilience during and in the wake of traumatic incidents. 

WCJ signs Memorandum of Understanding with African Women in Media

The Wits Centre for Journalism (WCJ) and African Women in Media (AWiM) are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to enhance their common goals of creating enabling environments for African women who work in media industries, and changing the way African women are represented in media content.

Complete climate reporting survey and you could win a ticket to AIJC 2024

By completing a short 3-minute survey, you’ll be entered into a lucky draw to win a ticket to the 20th African Investigative Journalism Conference, Africa’s premier journalism gathering, which is set to take place at Wits University from 30 October to 1 November, 2024


African Editors’ Forum elects a new leadership

African Editors’ Forum elects a new leadership

The African Editors’ Forum (TAEF) has announced the appointment of its new executive members. The organisation represents editors and journalists across the continent, with the sole mandate to champion media freedom and media advocacy. The editors held their annual...