Recognition for QTW+ Director as top Networking Woman
NMT launches free Digital Policy EdX course
Namibia Media Trust has announced a FREE Media and Digital Policy in Africa online course in partnership with the University of Stellenbosch. Registration will open at the end of the month with the course beginning on October 16th, hosted on the EdX platform. The course will require just a few hours of commitment each week for 8 weeks with modules covering cutting-edge insights into policies on Artificial Intelligence, online safety, media sustainability and more. The updated course is based on a handbook dedicated to the memory of Jeanette Minnie, a prominent advocate for progressive communication policies in Africa and produced by a group of her friends. Find out more here
Radio Workshop featured on NPR
Radio Workshop‘s latest podcast ‘This Coal Life’ was featured on National Public Radio in the US, which reaches an audience of 23 million. The podcast episode, produced in conjunction with Earth Journalism Network’s Net Zero workshop attendees, explores South Africa’s energy transition and how it will impact families who have relied on coal for generations. You can listen to the podcast here
#SMWX launches #Roadto2024 elections series
Newsday supports Lesotho Farmers awards
As Newsday Media recently launched Seahlolo, a new agricultural sector-focused publication in Lesotho, they raised their profile in the sector by sponsoring one of the award categories at the third Farmers Pitso Awards that took place at Maseru’s Manthabiseng Convention Centre. The annual event recognises the hard work of Basotho farmers and offers a platform to promote products and businesses.