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Wildlife Trust Dates Journalists On Crime Reporting.

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Wildlife Trust has trained 33 Malawians journalists from various media houses on wildlife crimes reporting.

Wildlife Advocacy campaign officer Samantha Maputa said the training comes in as there has been a lot of wrong presentation of facts on the reporting of wildlife crimes.

Journalists on wildlife crime reporting
Maputa said despite the misrepresentation of crimes reporting journalists have been of help in wildlife crimes fight

One of the journalists, Mayeso Chikhadzulo said the training will help journalists to use proper language in reporting wildlife crimes.

Chikhadzula said the training is the eye opener for journalists on facts representation.

Journalists were trained under the grouping of Media Anti wildlife crimes.“`

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