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[Article by: Fumanim] “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” So said Nathan Geffen (pictured), editor of GroundUp, about the reporting approach his news agency followed when they started investigating the prison escape 
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[Article by: Fumanim] The South African Research Chair in Science Communication, housed at the Department of Journalism at Stellenbosch University, invites papers for its upcoming symposium, Never Just Food: Nourishment, Science and 
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[Article by: Fumanim] The University of Cape Town (UCT) and Stellenbosch University (SU) will be hosting the International Communication Association Regional Conference under the theme De-centering international communication studies: African perspectives. 
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[Article by: Marenet] The Department of Journalism is saddened about the passing of alumnus Ainsley Moos (class of 2001). At the time of his death, Ainsley was the chairperson of 
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[Article by: Marenet] Janus, our alumni newsletter, celebrates the stories and achievements of Crozier Street alumni. The 2022 edition includes a welcome to our incoming chair, Prof Herman Wasserman, who 
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[Article by: Marenet] Scope of Research: The postdoctoral fellow will conduct research on aspects related to disinformation, its impact on journalism and trust in the media, and explore ways in 
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[Article by: Marenet] The successful applicant will conduct research linked to a multinational research project “Resisting Information Disorder in the Global South”, funded by the International Development Research Center  (Canada) 
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[Article by: Marenet] This incumbent will be expected to assist with general research-related activities and administration, including (but not limited to): Organisation of community workshops and seminars Assistance with conference 
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[Article by: Marenet] International Workshop Hate and Disinformation on WhatsApp: Global Perspectives Workshop dates 30, 31 March 2023 Closing date for extended abstracts: 30 November 2022 Venue: Stellenbosch Institute for 
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[Article by: Marenet] Stellenbosch University has appointed renowned media scholar Herman Wasserman as Professor and Chair of its Department of Journalism as of January 2023. Wasserman is currently Professor of 
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