2 August 2017

Ruth First Memorial Roundtable: On dissent

This year, as South Africans grapple with issues of dissent, discipline and loyalty, Wits Journalism will host a panel discussion of some of those who have been most outspoken in recent months. Joining us on this roundtable is Dr Makhosi Khoza, Prof. Raymond Suttner, Mbali Ntuli, and Thandeka Gqubule. For more information, click here to read more.

High time for a common integrated African policy on China

The Africa-China Reporting, a Wits Journalism project, held this symposiums to discuss China’s first policy towards Africa which was released in 2006 and a second version which was released in 2015, yet Africa remains without a common policy towards China.

As the current co-chair of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC), South Africa is uniquely positioned to guide the consolidation of the African agenda and framework in Africa-China engagements.

Study with Wits Journalism

Applications are now open for our Career-entry and mid-career honours as well as Master’s degree. Closing date: 30 September 2017.

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African Fact-checking awards

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