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International Conference

Radio Khwezi attended the launch of the Agenda 2063 Media Network

in Johannesburg on 9 April 2018 organised by NEPAD in partnership with African Union Commission. The main aim of this launch was to urge African media houses to publish and broadcast good stories about the continent to involve media in developing the continent. The importance of media making sure that they achieve their vision by 2063 was emphasised. The launch was attended by various African media houses. Media committed themselves by signing an agreement of making Agenda 2063 a success. You can follow Agenda 2063 on social media under #TheAfricaWeWant.

Photos and report: Saziso Dlamini

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