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National Press Club awards Gupta Leaks as 2017 Newsmaker of the Year

The Gupta Leaks were named the 2017 National Press Club Newsmaker of the Year and the recipient of the award is the amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism.
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Four decades of networking

On 12 July 1978, the Pretoria Press Club started with a handful of members. Today it is known as the National Press Club and has almost 500 members. The club meets monthly for a networking function and also holds regular discussion evenings and hosts newsmakers at news briefings. Executive committee member Tanya de Vente-Bijker spoke with a few members who remember those early days.
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Discussion evening

Members are invited to join us for a discussion evening with the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs on Wednesday 19 September 2018.

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