1 February 2013

Angola: Journalists Upgraded On Investigative Journalism

Saurimo — Journalists from various media organs of Angola's East region are participating since Thursday in a regional seminar on journalistic genders and investigative journalism, Angop has learnt.

The course is being promoted by the England's BBC broadcasting company in collaboration with the National Syndicate of Journalism (SJA) in Lunda-Sul Province.

André Mussana, BBC's project manager, said the training aims at the updating of journalists, so that they can keep their levels of confidence.

He called on the participants to seize a lot this occasion so that the seminar be a productive one.

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