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Saturday, November 18 • 15:45 - 17:00
Building African Investigative Networks

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Join some of Africa’s top journalists as they brainstorm about how to increase collaboration and cross-border projects, share resources and ideas, and network investigative reporters across this dynamic region.

This networking session is an informal gathering. Here’s a chance to meet your colleagues and talk about how we can help each other. So relax, enjoy yourself, share your ideas and come ready to brainstorm and collaborate.

And be sure to add your name and email to the contact list they pass around so we can follow up!

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Stefaans Brummer

Investigative Journalist, AmaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism
Stefaans Brümmer is an old hand at investigations. A politics and journalism graduate, he cut his reporting teeth at The Argus during the tumultuous early 1990s in Cape Town; then joined the uppity weekly Mail & Guardian as South African democracy dawned in April 1994. | |  For the next 16 years (a late-1990s diversion into television and freelancing apart), the... Read More →
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Catherine Gicheru

ICFJ Fellow / Country Lead, Code for Kenya
Catherine Gicheru is an award-winning Kenyan journalist who is currently serving as a Knight International Journalism Fellow with the International Center for Journalists and leader of the Code for Kenya team working to bring together data journalists and technologists to produce innovative... Read More →
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Dapo Olorunyomi

Publisher, Premium Times
Dapo Olorunyomi currently works as publisher and Chief Executive of Nigeria’s leading investigative news platform, Premium Times. Previous to this, he served as policy director and chief of staff at Nigeria’s anti corruption agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC. His work as editor during the years of military dictatorship in Nigeria earned him the 1995 International Editor of the Year Award of the World Press Review; the 1996 PEN Center (West) Freedom to Write Award; Press Freedom Award (1996) of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) New York; and the 1996 Hellman Hemmett grant of the Human Rights... Read More →

Saturday November 18, 2017 15:45 - 17:00
Wits Science Stadium - 1st Floor, Room 105 West Campus, Torrance St, Johannesburg,

Attendees (104)