As Bhekisisa's news editor, you will be responsible for managing Bhekisisa's Africa health correspondents in various African countries. You will commission and edit solutions-based health features and also produce your own content for Bhekisisa's website.
You will be largely responsible for the quality of the content on the Bhekisisa website and for distributing and promoting Bhekisisa's content to the M&G's Africa outlets.
This is a one year contract position, from February 1st 2016 – January 31st 2017, which is renewable dependent on performance and funding.
The position is based at the M&G offices in Rosebank, Johannesburg.
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Main Duties & Responsibilities:
Remuneration: Negotiable depending on experience.
Closing date: October 30th 2015
To Apply: submit an updated CV and letter of motivation to
Human Resources at HROfficer@mg.co.za
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