ZUJ engages Professor Moyo on better working conditions for journalists
The welfare and enhanced livelihoods for journalists is a priority area for the media industry and there is need for practical Government intervention to address the challenges, Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo said yesterday.
Professor Moyo made these
NJAMA 2012/2013 List of Winners
1. ZMDC Mining Journalist of the Year –Print
• The Runner up is John Kachembere, Daily News
• The winner is Cletus Mushanawani, Manica Post-$ 3.000,00
2. Zimplats Mining Journalist of the Year Electronic
• The Runner up is Stanley James, ZBC-TV News
Leader of African journalists unions to grace ZUJ awards
The recently elected President of the Federation of African Journalists (Faj), Malam Mohammed Garba will this year officiate at the National Journalism and Media Awards (Njama) as Guest of Honor, the Zimbabwe Union of Journalists (Zuj) has revealed.
Speaking at a Njama sponsors luncheon held in
Communiqué of the Journalism and Media Trainers Association of Zimbabwe (JMTAZ)
We, Journalism and Media Trainers, drawn from the following institutions;
• Zimbabwe Open University
• Great Zimbabwe University
• Christian College of Southern Africa
• Midlands State University
• UMAA Institute
• Harare Polytechnic
Telecel Zimbabwe unveils $24 000 media sponsorship
Harare, 14 August 2013 - Telecel Zimbabwe has unveiled a $24 000 sponsorship package to the Zimbabwe Union of Journalists (ZUJ) for the facilitation of four (4) training workshops on reporting new media and Information Communication Technologies (ICTs).
The training workshops are aimed at