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Globally united to counter threats – #GIJC23 a huge success 

With a new record-breaking number of participants, the 2023 Global Investigative Journalism Conference brought together 2100 investigative journalists from across the world in Sweden last week. Fojo Media Institute was one of three organisers.

Open Parly brings the Parliament to the people of Zimbabwe.

Open Parly is a media platform communicating parliamentary activities to youth aged 18 – 35 in Zimbabwe. In this video Daniel Chikundu and Lynette Manzini explain what it’s all about. If you want to learn more, visit openparly.com or go to @openparlyzw on Twitter and Facebook. 

ZimMedia21: Increased access to reliable information

The three-year programme ZimMedia21 strengthened independent media, increased marginalized communities’ access to reliable information, and contributed to positive changes in media policy.

Community radio stands up against bribes targeting pregnant women

At a hospital in Zimbabwe, local women were forced to pay a bribe when approaching the hospital for help in giving birth. When the local radio, Community Radio Harare (CORAH) found out, they helped bring about change by giving the victims a voice and exposing the practice.

How to create a safe space for women journalists in Zimbabwe

“Someone once said journalism is for the brave, but for women it is for the daring” says senior reporter Mirirai Msingo of the Zimbabwe Television Network, ZTN. November 25th marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and the first day of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Against Women.

Protect journalists from being silenced!

In a landmark development of improved media plurality, the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) has announced the licensing of another eight community radio stations across the country.