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Radio Week East Africa 2018

Radio Week Uganda Learning Conference is East Africa’s annual premier learning and networking conference for the FM Radio & the online radio industry professionals in East Africa whose mission is to educate broadcasters

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#Africablogging

Blogging publications of high quality on various themes are gathered on #Africablogging, thus constituting a new form of journalism for Africa.

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Global Investigative Journalism Conference (GIJC)

The Global Investigative Journalism Conference is the world’s largest international gathering of investigative reporters.

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E-lection Bridge Africa

The seventh edition of the leading convention on political communication and campaigning strategies on the African continent.

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E-lection Bridge Africa

7th annual gathering of political communication experts and leaders from KAS partner parties across sub-Saharan Africa

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Radio Days Africa conference

The Wits Radio Academy under the auspices of the University of the Witwatersrand Journalism Department is proud to present the eighth annual Radio Days Africa conference.

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20/20 Vision: South Africa’s digital future?

Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) and KAS Media Africa invite you to our public event on online regulation.

Expert talk

Launch of KAS Media Law Handbook for Eastern Africa

KAS Media Africa's latest publication, the Media Law Handbook for Eastern Africa will be launched at the Aga Khan University Graduate School of Media and Communication in Nairobi on February 3.

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Radio Week East Africa 2017

Radio Week is East Africa’s premier radio event, bringing together radio professionals from every market size. It is a destination for radio people from all over world, and meeting point for the East African radio industry, both private and public.

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The African Investigative Journalism Conference 2016

The African Investigative Journalism Conference (previously known as Power Reporting) is the leading conference for investigative journalists in Africa.

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Global Media Forum 2024

KAS Media Africa once again took part in the largest international media conference in Germany

At this year's Global Media Forum in Bonn, we organised a panel discussion on the topic of "Journalism is not activism" together with our two other KAS Media Programmes.

First Reporter Slam Africa

Journalists from six African countries captivated and inspired the audience

The KAS Media Africa organised the first Reporter Slam in Africa with journalists from Côte d'Ivoire, Mali, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

2024 IPI World Congress and Media Innovation Festival

A gathering of leading journalists, editors and innovators from around the world

Journalists from Africa attend with the support of the Media Programme for Sub-Saharan Africa to bring their respective perspectives, knowledge and experiences from Africa into discussions.

African Media Councils come together to strengthen the professional self-regulation of media content

Members of African Media Councils meet for the first time in Cape Town, South Africa.

Senior journalists, media experts, and members of Press and Media Councils from 13 African countries gathered in Cape Town to share context on the structures, operations, and sustainability of their organisations.

2024 Summer School for Political Speechwriters Concluded in Cadenabbia, Italy

The KAS Media Programme for Sub-Saharan Africa hosted an intensive workshop at Konrad Adenauer's Former Residence

Six African politicians and communication experts participated in the workshop. Facilitators from various countries guided them through essential speech-writing techniques. The event culminated in participants delivering individual speeches, showcasing their refined skills.

Curriculum Perspective of Journalism Education

Roundtable discussion

The Konrad Adenauer Stiftung's Media Programme Sub-Sahara Africa hosted a round-table at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg on journalism education.

Television is dead. Long Live Television!

First Adenauer Media Lecture at the University of the Witwatersrand

The Adenauer Media Lecture, organized by the Media Programme Sub-Sahara Africa of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and the Center for Journalism at the University of the Witwatersrand, took place on March 19, 2024. Led by Professor Dr. Claudia Nothelle, the lecture explored the theme "Television is dead - long live television!" and delved into the challenges and opportunities facing television journalism in the digital age. Attendees engaged in thought-provoking discussions, emphasizing the importance of collaboration in shaping the future of journalism.

Local Journalism Conference 2024

New Challenges for Local Journalism

In January 2024, KAS Media Africa hosted a third local journalism conference, this time in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Journalists from 8 African countries including Ghana, South Africa, Mali and Zimbabwe were joined by a journalist from Germany to discuss the emerging and sustained challenges faced by local newsrooms in their respective countries and regions.

KAS MEDIA AFRICA AWARD FOR LOCAL JOURNALISM ANNOUNCES THE WINNERS OF THE 2024 CONTEST

KAS Media Africa and the Jury of the KAS Media Africa Award for Local Journalism are pleased to announce the winners of the 2024 contest. They were chosen out of almost 300 submissions from 22 countries in Africa and across the anglophone and francophone regions.

Africa Journalism and Media Summit 2023

Reimagining African Journalism in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

From 12 to 13 October 2023, the Zimbabwe Centre for Media and Information Literacy (ZCMIL) hosted the 5th annual Africa Journalism and Media Summit (AJMS) in Harare, Zimbabwe. The AJMS was hosted in partnership with the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung’s country office also based in Harare. KAS Media Africa supported the AJMS by bringing participants from outside Zimbabwe to offer an alternative and comparative context on the Summit’s chosen topic – how journalists can embrace artificial intelligence (AI) in their daily work.