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Monday, October 29 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Touching a raw nerve: Tackling land issues

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Speakers
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Alloycious David

The News Newspaper, Liberia
Alloycious David is an award-winning investigative Liberian journalist and fixer for several international media companies. He has extensively probed land grabs by multi-national companies in Liberia, and has covered other beats such as natural resources, the environment and politics... Read More →
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Kago Komane

Investigative Reporter, Ink Centre, Botswana
Kago Komane is an investigative reporter for the INK Centre for Investigative Journalism, a non-profit news agency in Botswana.  She has over five years of experience as a print journalist.  She has exposed many social ills in Botswana, including human rights injustices, corruption... Read More →
avatar for Lucas Ledwaba

Lucas Ledwaba

Journalist, Mukurukuru Media, South Africa
Lucas Ledwaba is the editor of Mukurukuru Media. He writes on land, mining, social and human rights issues. His work has appeared in the Mail & Guardian, City Press, Business Day, Good Governance Africa, Scottish Heritage Magazine and numerous other publications.He is also the author... Read More →
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Zanele Mji

Journalist, amaBhungane, South Africa
Zanele Mji is an investigative journalist at amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism, and she just loves a good story. She produces human-centred, multi-media stories about people living through unfair social and economic systems. Before joining amaBhungane in 2017, Zanele... Read More →
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Aunício da Silva

Editor, Ikweli Newspaper, Mozambique Centre for Investigative Reporting
Aunício da Silva is owner and editor-in-chief of Ikweli newspaper in Nampula, northern Mozambique, and one of the founders of Center of Investigative Journalism (the first and unique center in Mozambique).He started his career at Zambezia daily newspaper and then worked at Canalmoz... Read More →


Monday October 29, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
WSS105 Wits Science Stadium, First Floor

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