Festive greetings from us at CAJ News Africa

CAJ News Africa Editor, Mthulisi Sibanda

CAJ News Africa Editor, Mthulisi Sibanda

by TINTSWALO BALOYI
JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – PAN Africa’s premier news agency, Centre for African Journalists (CAJ) News Africa, will be providing content to clients during the festive season.

The agency would only break for Christmas, Boxing (Family) and New Year’s Days.

CAJ News Africa’s Head of News, Mthulisi Sibanda, said this would ensure the continent was kept abreast with prevailing issues during the festive period.

“We shall continue providing news continent to all our valued customers in South Africa, across Africa and beyond the continent. However, our premier news agency will not work on both Christmas and Boxing Day. We are resuming on December 27th December,” said Sibanda.

“May I also take this opportunity to thank all our partners in media and corporate partners as well as the public for their support during the year. Had it not been for their unwavering support, we could not have made the strides we made in 2016. We look forward for more partnerships in 2017 and beyond,” said Sibanda.

“We wish our partners and the public a merry festive period.”

CAJ News Africa provided content to mainstream newspapers, online publications and radio stations in South Africa and the entire continent.

CAJ News Africa’s the largest Pan African news service provider in the continent with presence in 44 countries.

Prospective and existing clients may contact CAJ News Africa CEO, Savious-Parker Kwinika on: publishers@cajnewsafrica.com

– CAJ News

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