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Doing better health journalism

Join South Africa’s top health journalists, medical specialists, policy makers and media studies academics at a three-day symposium (29-31 August) to explore how we can do better journalism (and more journalism) about the rapid increase in 'lifestyle' diseases in Africa.


Prof Earl Lewis visits Rhodes University

Professor Earl Lewis, President of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, visited the School of Journalism and Media Studies on 20 June, where he spent the morning with Mellon-funded area projects at Rhodes University.


Live with John Kani

Dr John Kani brought his play, The Island, to the National Arts Festival this year.


JMS well-represented at Dublin conference

Several staff members from the School of Journalism and Media Studies presented papers at the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) held in Dublin, Ireland from 25 to 29 June.


Sharing the spirit of journalism

When Mengyi Jenny Sun first stepped into the foyer of the African Media Matrix and saw the four television screens, she knew she wanted to work for Cue TV.