Roberth Orihuela

Roberth Orihuela is a journalist from the Universidad Nacional de San Agustín de Arequipa. Since 2015 he has worked in publications like Noticias, El Pueblo, Sin Fronteras, Diario Viral, La República, Pancarta.pe, Semanario Revelación and Convoca. He has been part of the Connectas.org hub of writers since 2021. He’s specialized in investigative reporting, data and

Fairness Moyana

Fairness Moyana is an experienced reporter based in Hwange, Southwestern Zimbabwe. He has previously contributed articles to local news outlets, including The Citizen Bulletin. He is passionate about writing engaging content on environment, climate change, community development, wildlife, health, disability, and gender, among other beats. As a Report for the World Corps member Moyana will

Azeefa Fathima

Azeefa Fathima (she/her) is a journalist based in south India, reporting for The News Minute. Her body of work includes in-depth, longform reports on LGBTQIA+ issues, caste, human rights, health and law. She has produced stories in print, digital and video formats, primarily covering Tamil Nadu and Kerala. She was a fellow with the Health

Fahim Afridi

I hailed from the tribal area, formerly known as F/R Peshawar and now as sub-division Peshawar. My early education began in this region, and then I continued my academic journey in Peshawar city. I hold a postgraduate degree in Journalism and Mass Communication (M.A) from the University of Peshawar. With over a decade of experience

Msindisi Fengu

Msindisi Fengu is a multi-winning investigative journalist with two qualifications: a degree in International Relations from the University of South Africa and a National Diploma in Journalism from Walter Sisulu University (WSU). Fengu worked as an unpaid intern in the communications unit at WSU before branching off to journalism when he joined a community newspaper

Lynnia Ngwenya

Lynnia Ngwenya is an early-career journalist with two years’ experience as a reporter. She has been covering health, education, and the environment for various local news organizations. She joins The Citizen Bulletin as a full-time health reporter and will specifically focus on the southern part of the Matabeleland region.