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NABJ Young African Journalist Fellowship Program
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NABJ's commitment to young black journalists extends globally. In 2014, President Bob Butler began the NABJ Young African Journalist Fellowship Program to bring exceptional young journalists to the NABJ Convention and Career Fair to participate in the NABJ Student Multimedia Projects. Not only can these young journalists take advantage of the invaluable educational and international networking opportunities at the Convention, the Fellowship offers NABJ members an important and enriching cross-cultural exchange to understand the challenges, innovations, and commonalities of journalism across the globe.


This Fellowship is made possible through the generous funding of the Ford Foundation's Global Travel Learning Fund, the Institute of International Education, and Thomson Reuters. NABJ applauds their commitment to supporting young journalists worldwide. 


2015 NABJ Young African Journalist Fellows

Robert Malit

Nairobi, Kenya

King Fut


Sinobom Majangaza

East London, South Africa

Daily Dispatch


Lebogang Kenneth Mokoena

Johannesburg, South Africa

Times Media


Gugu Camgca Phandle

East London, South Africa

Daily Dispatch


Antoinette Yah Sendolo 

Monrovia, Liberia

Inquire Newspaper




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