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“Who pulls the strings? The promise and peril of donor-funded journalism”

THE CENTRE FOR FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES WARMLY INVITES YOU TO A TALK ENTITLED
 
“Who pulls the strings? The promise and peril of donor-funded journalism”
 
MIA MALAN
of The Mail & Guardian Bhekisisa Health Journalism Centre speaks about how the paper is pioneering new models of journalism

Bio:
Mia Malan founded the Bhekisisa Mail & Guardian health journalism centre in 2013 and is also the Mail & Guardian's health editor. Prior to starting up the centre, she was a Knight Health Journalism Fellow in South Africa. Under her leadership, Bhekisisa expanded from three to close to 20 permanent and freelance staff members within four years. Malan specialises in narrative journalism and is the recipient of more than thirty African journalism awards, including the CNN Multichoice African Features Journalist of the Year in 2016, the Discovery Health Journalist of the Year in 2013 and 2016, and the Standard Bank Sikuvile Newspaper Journalist of the Year in 2015.
http://bhekisisa.org/page/about-us/
 
TUESDAY 3 OCTOBER 2017
13h00-14h00
AC JORDAN 4A
 
Eats in A205 FROM 12H30

 

Date: 
Tuesday, October 3, 2017 -
13:00 to 14:00
Venue: 

AC JORDAN 4A

Contact Information: 

Lesley Marx
lesley.marx@uct.ac.za
0216505168