African journalists tackle the continent’s problems

THE Union of African Journalists has brought together journalists from Lesotho, Botswana, Namibia, Gambia, Uganda, Zambia, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Tunisia, Niger, Djibouti and Angola for a training programme in Egypt.
Young journalists drawn from several African countries have arrived in Cairo, Egypt, for the 52nd Union of African Journalists’ training course for young African journalists.

The training programme covers various topics that promote the enhancement of Africa through tackling the issues faced, and finding solutions.

During the first week, journalists spent time at the Training and Media Studies Centre in lectures with esteemed professors from across Egypt to discuss topics such as Chinese and African relations, African culture and its economic impact, the benefits…

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