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GIJN Weekly Bulletin -- Sept. 18, 2014


"Power Reporting" Returns to Joburg


Africa's premier investigative journalism conference, Power Reporting, returns to Johannesburg, South Africa, this November 3-5. The annual event is organized by the Journalism Programme of the University of Witwatersrand (Wits University), a GIJN member. The three-day conference features sessions on arms sales, mining's social impact, forensic accounting, documentary-making for the Web, and data experts from around the world. 

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