The M&G plans to expand its health coverage throughout 2013 and will also be offering three month long health journalism fellowships for journalists. In addition to this, we will host cutting edge public discussion forums on health-related issues.
But, we need a name for our newly established Health Journalism Centre. Can you think of a quirky African word or concept?
Please let us know at [email protected] and stand the chance of winning a free, yearlong, online M&G subscription.
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Bhekisisa means "to scrutinise" in Zulu
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