Jamlab Accelerator: 15 Minutes with Politically Aweh

This team of comedians aims to grow their audience and turn their show into a revenue producing product

Tshepo Tshabalala
Apr 10, 2019 · 3 min read
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Politically Aweh’s Stephen Horn and Tyson Ngubeni. Picture: Tshepo Tshabalala

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Strengthening innovation in African independent journalism and media.

Tshepo Tshabalala

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Web editor, digital content producer extraordinaire, writer of things and hackademic

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The Jamlab Africa Newsletter is produced by Wits Journalism. The Journalism and Media Lab supports innovators to bring new information, new ideas and new conversations to new audiences in Africa.

Tshepo Tshabalala

Written by

Web editor, digital content producer extraordinaire, writer of things and hackademic

jamlab

jamlab

The Jamlab Africa Newsletter is produced by Wits Journalism. The Journalism and Media Lab supports innovators to bring new information, new ideas and new conversations to new audiences in Africa.

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