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Wednesday, October 31 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
AFRICAN STORIES: Investigating China in Africa

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The Wits Africa-China Reporting Project works with journalists to promote better coverage of China's growing presence in Africa. This panel will highlight some of the most interesting investigative work done on this important topic.

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Huang Hongxiang

Founder, China House, Kenya
Huang Hongxiang is the Founder of China House, a social enterprise that researches and engages Chinese in Africa regarding sustainable development, wildlife conservation and so on; and an ivory investigator featured in the Netflix documentary The Ivory Game
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Christian Locka

Freelancer, Cameroon
Christian Locka is a Cameroonian freelance reporter who exposes human rights abuses, corruption, misuse of power and organized crime. His work has appeared in international publications including 100Reporters, USA Today, Washington Times, Public Radio International, Mail and... Read More →
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Solomon Serwanjja

Anchor/Investigative Journalist, NBS Television, Uganda
Solomon Serwanjja is a practicing broadcast investigative journalist currently working with NBS Television as an anchor and investigative reporter in Uganda. He also doubles as a Ugandan Correspondent for KTN News, a station based in Nairobi, Kenya. Previously, he worked as a news... Read More →

Wednesday October 31, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
WSS103 Wits Science Stadium, First Floor

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