Power Reporting: The African Investigative Journalism Conference

Johannesburg, South Africa

Wits Journalism's Investigative Journalism workshop, in partnership with the Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR), is running three days of intensive training in investigative skills which cover: finding sources, telling your story, using data and databases, reading financial documents, using freedom of information laws, and interviewing techniques. The workshop is supported by the Valley Trust, the Open Society Foundation, and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

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Registration information:

Journalists and journalism students from across Africa working in print, on radio, and on television are invited to apply. Cost is ZAR3,000.

Bursaries for students are available and the deadline for bursary application is: October 4 2013.

Click here to download delegate registration form.

Click here to download a group booking registration form.

Click here to download student bursary application form.