Meet some of our alumni and read more about the impact they are making in their workspaces and communities.

As a fraycollege alumnus, you become part of a dynamic and active network of progressive thinkers and changemakers who are making their mark and effecting transformation globally.

"I thank the team at fraycollege, WAN-IFRA and the Norwegian government for investing this beautiful resource in me. It has been a humbling and eye-opening experience and will definitely shape the way I carry myself as a manager, going forward"

– Carolyne Nakazibwe, Society Editor, The Observer, Uganda

"I found this course vital for me and my supervisors in engaging in management change and how to build a good team with good resources"

– Ouk Chen, Sophea

"The course was highly informative, and I am really finding it very useful"

– Vickie Slabbert, Managing Director, Echo Square PR, South Africa

"The online Media Management Course was an enriching programme that went beyond the theory and gave me the practical skills to really understand what it means to be a manager and a leader in an organisation. The course is an investment that I can take into the workplace. I feel like I now have the skills and the confidence to motivate my team and to inspire a younger generation."

– Bibian Lambart Mwale, Head of News, Radio Christian Voice, Zambia

Alumni stories

Slindile Khanyile

Slindile Khanyile

Khanyile is the editor and co-founder of Umbele, an isiZulu online business publication. She says a few months after attending the course, she was appointed editor of Isolezwe newspaper, the flagship isiZulu publication of Independent Media. She has also worn the hats of a financial journalist and sportswriter.

Brenda Leonard

Brenda Leonard

Brenda Leonard, alumna of the FP&M Seta-funded fraycollege of Communications Media Management Programme said that the programme not only enhanced her career, but also equipped her to deal with crises in a more professional manner.

Nwabisa Makunga

Nwabisa Makunga

fraycollege alumnus Nwabisa Makunga is the editor of Sowetan newspaper, a position she stepped into as the effects of the global Covid-19 pandemic were starting to be felt in South Africa. Nwabisa is no stranger to working under immense pressure, but nothing could prepare her for sitting at the helm of one of South Africa’s largest newspapers amid a global health crisis.



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