Events - Media Programme Sub-Sahara Africa
Investigative Journalism & Local Television
Opening session 2012 – Part 1 of 5: Training for TV journalists
With this event KAS Media Africa continues the successful cooperation with the independent local television station Soweto TV in 2012. The goal remains the same: to strengthen the use of investigative journalism’s instruments in the TV sector.
E-lection Bridge Africa West
Political Communication in Ghana
Connecting to the voter - that key challenge lies at the heart of the KAS Media Africa seminar with members of the opposition in Ghana. Coach Heather Thuynsma will cover the theoretical framemwork as well as conduct an in-depth training on camera.
African Media Leaders Forum (AMLF)
The continent’s premier marketplace for media owners
The African Media Leaders Forum is the largest and most important market place for media owners on the continent. In Tunis more than 200 first-rate media leaders meet to exchange ideas about technology, business models and the content of the future.
Power Reporting: the African Investigative Journalism Conference 2011
Regional conference in Johannesburg
Regional and international journalists meet in Johannesburg for Africa's leading conference in the field of investigative journalism. One top priority this year: climate change and energy issues, supported by KAS Media Africa.
E-lection Bridge Africa East
Political Communication in Tanzania und Kenya - in close cooperation with KAS in Dar and Nairobi
The successful KAS Media Africa initiative "E-lection Bridge Africa" continues its activities in the region with a communication training for members of the democratic opposition in Dar and a multi-party web tv workshop in Nairobi.
Leading Gathering Of African Journalists - with support of KAS Media Africa
Highway Africa has over the years become the largest annual gathering of African journalists in the world with its blend of research, training, development, and conference. The 2011 theme: African Media and Global Sustainability Challenge.
Investigative Journalism "on the road" - lusophone edition in Maputo
Regional workshop with journalists from Angola and Mozambique
Our popular "Investigative Journalism Manual" serves as a departure point for journalists in the region: At the seminar in Maputo, the lusophone edition will be introduced to a group of journalists from Mozambique and Angola.
E-lection Bridge Africa - South by Southeast
Political Communication 2.0 in Mozambique
In close cooperation with KAS Maputo, the regional media programme takes the successful model of E-lection Bridge Africa on the road: Experienced facilitators will work with the democratic forces on modern political communication in Beira.
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Book Launch in Addis Ababa
“How African Economies Work – A Guide to Business and Economics Reporting”
KAS Media Africa launched its Guide to Business and Economics Reporting in November 2019 in the Ethiopian capital.
Political bloggers meet in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
5th annual conference of #AfricaBlogging
#AfricaBlogging members gathered in Addis Ababa where they exchanged views and discussed a host of topics – from political developments in Côte d'Ivoire, Kenya and Zimbabwe, to Internet and social media regulations in Africa and abroad.
La responsabilité des médias en République démocratique du Congo
Il est également clair pour certains propriétaires de médias en République démocratique du Congo que les médias devraient avoir une fonction de gardien et de contrôle. Les stations de radio et de télévision, en particulier, ont connu un véritable essor ces dernières années, car elles sont la seule source d'information pour beaucoup dans un pays où il n'existe pas de journaux dignes de mention et où l'accès à Internet est très coûteux.
Africa’s muckrakers gather for #AIJC19
Investigative journalism conference brings together 400 participants from across Africa and around the world to network, learn new skills and share experiences.
During the last week of October, when Johannesburg’s purple Jacaranda trees bloom and students are writing their final exams, the University of the Witwatersrand opens its campus to the continent’s gutsy muckraking journalists for the African Investigative Journalism Conference. The AIJC is now in its 15th year – with KAS Media Africa as one of its longest serving supporters – and for #AIJC19 brought together about 400 journalists and media experts from across the continent and around the world to network, learn new skills and share their experiences.
KAS Academy hosts media perspectives from Africa
KAS Media Africa convened a panel discussion at the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Headquarters in Berlin in September. The three discussants on the panel hailed from the West, East and Southern Africa. Their perspectives aptly portrayed the diversity across the media landscape in Africa.
KAS Media Africa takes journalists from the continent to Hamburg
The 11th Global Investigative Journalism Conference (GIJC) took place in the German harbour city of Hamburg at the end of September. It brought together over 1500 investigative journalists from 131 countries.
E-lection Bridge Academy 2019 in Grand-Bassam, Côte d’Ivoire
Young politicians from West Africa sharpen their political communication skills
The growing number of Internet users even in remote areas – where access is made possible by Smartphone devices – has helped raise the importance of online campaigning for political parties that are serious about engaging with the electorate.
Conference on the media's credibility crisis in Africa and Europe
KAS Media Africa recently invited more than 20 journalists, publishers, media researchers and other industry players to a conference in Gaborone, Botswana.
After scandals in reputable media houses in Africa and Europe, journalists and other experts from both continents gathered in Gaborone, Botswana, to discuss the causes of the credibilty crisis and to find solutions for it. From new business models to fact-checking to press freedom, plenty of presentations and discussions provided a detailed picture of the state of affairs in journalism
Fact-checking in Africa
Global Fact 6 and African Facts 2 brought together fact-checkers from around the world.
In mid-June fact-checkers from 145 organisations across the globe converged in Cape Town, South Africa for Global Fact 6, the world’s sixth fact-checking summit. One day before the global conference a smaller group of African fact-checkers met for the Africa Facts 2 Conference to discuss challenges, goals and questions in the field of fact-checking with a particular focus on the African situation.
Media and Migration: How the story is being told
In late May 2019, Johannesburg played host to the Media and Migration Conference to share insights about ethical reporting in this area.
The conference themed also differences and similarities in Africa and Europe.
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