Grace Ruhinda is a radio presenter at Radio Triple ‘A’ FM. While in Arusha,
you can listen to her show each weekday at 4 pm. Photos by Peik Johansson.
Elisha Mayallah is a senior journalist at the local newspaper Arusha Times,
one of the first Tanzanian newspapers to go online already in 2001.
Ramadhani Siwayombe is a sports writer and regional correspondent of the
national newspaper Tanzania Daima.
Habibu Mawenya is the principal of The Arusha East African Training
Institute, a local journalism school with students from all over East Africa.
Nehemiah Rubondo is head of the media department at Habari Maalum College,
a Pentecostal journalism school emphasizing the importance of media ethics.
Clement Shari works as news subeditor at Sunrise Radio, the local radio
station with the slogan “Pamoja na wewe”, Together with you.
Rotlinde Achimpota, subeditor and news reporter at Mambo Jambo Radio,
concentrating on her search assignment on Tuesday.
Marko Gideon is a communication officer of World Wide Fund for Nature,
but he also part-times as trans-editor for the news agency Inter Press Service.
Mustafa Leu, Arusha correspondent of Radio Uhuru, attended also the
previous internet training arranged in Arusha in 2010.