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Research Masters Media Studies
Year completed:2017
Education level:Masters
Final year subjects:Full research thesis.
Institution:Nelson Mandela University
Location:Port Elizabeth, South Africa
BA Honours Journalism
Year completed:2013
Education level:Honours
Final year subjects:Treatise;
Broadcast journalism;
Media Ethics.
Institution:Nelson Mandela University
Location:Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Ndip Journalism
Year completed:2011
Education level:Diploma
Final year subjects:Advanced Reporting;
Broadcast journalism (tv & radio);
Print journalism.
Institution:Nelson Mandela University
Location:Port Elizabeth, South Africa
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The Greatest Showman is an uplifting toe-tapper

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