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Wits Journalism Jan 18
[Vacancy] EWN/Wits Radio Academy seeks radio interns . Submit applications by 20 January 2019.
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Wits Journalism Jan 18
Transforming lives through theatre is no child’s play by | From Melville & Parktown, a project was produced by students of the Wits Honours in Journalism programme
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Wits Journalism Jan 18
[Vacancy] News24 seeks an Investigative Reporter . Closing date for applications is 22 January 2019.
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Wits Journalism Jan 18
Melville’s ‘crazy for cats’ woman sees no excess in charity by | From Melville & Parktown, a project was produced by students of the Wits Honours in Journalism programme
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Wits Journalism Jan 18
[Vacancy] News24 seeks Political Reporter . Closing date for applications is 21 January 2019.
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Wits Journalism Jan 18
A job for the toughest sole by | From Melville & Parktown, a project was produced by students of the Wits Honours in Journalism programme
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Wits Journalism Jan 18
Evolution of the long standing heart of worship by | | From Melville & Parktown, a project was produced by students of the Wits Honours in Journalism programme
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Wits Journalism Jan 18
In the slow lane with Melville’s tuk-tuks by | From Melville & Parktown, a project was produced by students of the Wits Honours in Journalism programme
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Wits Journalism Jan 18
The survival of a bookshop in an evolving and artsy Melville by | From Melville & Parktown, a project was produced by students of the Wits Honours in Journalism programme
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Wits Journalism Jan 18
The keepers of the stories told by vintage clothing by | From Melville & Parktown, a project was produced by students of the Wits Honours in Journalism programme
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Wits Journalism Jan 17
The barbershop where generations have come to let their hair down by | From Melville & Parktown, a project was produced by students of the Wits Honours in Journalism programme
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Wits Journalism Jan 17
Preserving the memory of Melville by | From Melville & Parktown, a project was produced by students of the Wits Honours in Journalism programme
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Wits Journalism Jan 17
The civic tech database is for those who are curious about the civic tech industry, the ongoing civic tech initiatives and to make the platforms easily accessible from a central location | From - A Wits Journalism project.
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Wits Journalism Jan 17
Journey with Wits Journalism students to find faces and stories of different types of work in Melville and Parktown | This is an in-depth project by the class of 2018 at ..
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Wits Journalism Jan 17
If China says win-win, they are saying they are here to win, there’s no hidden agenda there, they are here to win. But the challenge in shaping the agency lies with African countries in shaping that agenda | From - A Wits Journalism Project
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Wits Journalism Jan 17
[Podcast] : We all need to make some big money decisions in our lives. In our Buffalo index you’ll get some practical examples of how to educate yourself about personal finances
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Wits Journalism Jan 17
While the theories remain the same, content on the Development Communication programme at Wits Journalism reflects the changing needs of communicators from different sectors. Apply for this course before 25 February for Certificate A
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Wits Journalism Jan 17
The ConCourt judgment legalising private use of cannabis should lead to a decrease in dagga arrests, but power still rests with the police | From - A Wits Journalism Project
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Wits Journalism Jan 17
[Podcast] : There is an increasing number of illegal backstreet abortion, despite the termination of pregnancy being legal in South Africa. Dr. Malusi Dlamini and Zwanaka Netshifulani discuss the concerns surrounding reproduction
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Wits Journalism Jan 17
Wits Journalism offers various short courses and certificates in the first semester for 2019. Apply before 4 February 2019. Visit the website for more details
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