fraycollege opens applications for Occupational Certificate: Journalist

fraycollege opens applications for Occupational Certificate: Journalist

fraycollege is opening applications for the inaugural Occupational Certificate: Journalist accredited by the QTCO which starts in January 2022. The year-long-course, offers school leavers a practical certificate for a multiplatform communications environment with facilitation by experienced journalists and communicators.

Learn to harness right to information law to promote human rights

Learn to harness right to information law to promote human rights

Free 4 Week Online Course focusing on The Right to Information in Africa for Supply-side Actors’ eLearning course content was developed by international experts. It aims to empower African government officials to navigate legislation and fulfil their mandate to promote information access in line with international commitments.

SANEF Launches Covid Reporting Guide

SANEF Launches Covid Reporting Guide

Amid a devastating surge of Covid infections, the South African National Editors Forum (SANEF) has launched a guide, developed with a focus on the needs of community media. The guide produced in close partnership with fraycollege and Internews, draws on experiences of journalists infected and affected by the pandemic.

The Power of Telling Africa’s Stories Webinar hosted by Paula Fray

The Power of Telling Africa’s Stories Webinar hosted by Paula Fray

fraycollege hosted a webinar on the power of telling Africa’s stories. The webinar looked at best practices, the latest trends, the role of multi-media and social platforms in modern story telling. Using real case studies we looked at how we tell Africa’s stories, how audiences consume stories and how to give power to your stories.

Reclaiming the African narrative through an African lens

Reclaiming the African narrative through an African lens

The stories we are told and the stories we tell each other about Africa have the power to shape what we think and influence how we act. This, according to Moky Makura of Africa No Filter. She says shifting the narrative about Africa is important, because what the world believes about the continent is also what the continent believes about itself.