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Twenty-Seventh Issue 
3 October 2019 

 


new information new conversation new ideas

Apply now for the 2020 jamlab accelerator programme

Dear <<First Name>>

Following two successful jamlab accelerator programmes, we are happy to announce that we will be mentoring a third batch of media start-ups in South Africa for 2020. This six-month hothouse accelerator programme for journalism and media innovators will provide teams with the tools, facilities, contacts, and support necessary to realise their ideas and ambitions. Applications for the incubator are now open. Read more

Don't forget to follow the jamlab on Twitter (@jamlabAfrica) and like the Facebook page to stay in touch with the latest news and updates.


Best regards,
jamlab Africa Team

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