Bloomberg to coach over 50 journalists on financial reporting in Tanzania
[The Citizen - Tanzania] - 12/05/2022
The Bloomberg Media Initiative Africa (BMIA) has today announced the second intake of its Financial Journalism Training (FJT) programme in Tanzania, which will train journalists and media professionals in business and financial journalism, to bolster the country’s financial reporting (...)... Article published by "The Citizen" (Tanzania), read more
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