Journalists and students interested in investigative reporting are invited to attend this event.
The African Investigative Journalism Conference, organized by the Journalism Department of the c in Johannesburg, will take place in Johannesburg, South Africa between Oct. 31 and Nov. 2.
The program features panels, training sessions, keynotes and workshops. Topics include great stories, AI for journalists, the latest digital tools, undercover journalism, tackling health issues and COVID corruption.
The full conference package costs ZAR3,500. The daily rate is ZAR1,200. Fee waivers are offered to freelancers, students, community media and others who need it.
Student fellowships are also available and cover travel costs to and from the conference and hotel accommodation. The application deadline for student fellowships is Sept. 16. Apply here.
Registration is ongoing.
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