Vusumuzi Sifile is a Zimbabwean journalist currently working as the Head of the Environment and Natural Resources Management Programme, at Panos Institute Southern Africa in Lusaka, Zambia.[1] Vusumuzi is a long standing journalist who has worked for different Zimbabwean and international media establishments. He holds a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Journalism and Media Studies from the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He also holds a number of Certificates, including: Multimedia and Online Journalism, Political Reporting, Environmental Journalism, Reporting Population and Rural Development, and Reporting on Agriculture and Natural Resources, among others.[1]

Before joining PSAf, Vusumuzi worked as a Senior Staff Writer for The Standard newspaper in Harare, one of the three newspapers under the Alpha Media Holdings stable owned by Trevor Ncube. He also served as a correspondent for the international news agency Inter Press Service (IPS), UN Integrated Regional Information Network (IRIN News).


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