Catholic communicators from the nine southern African countries represented by the Inter-Regional Meeting of Bishops in Southern Africa (IMBISA) were put through their paces during an intensive three-day IMBISA Media and Communications Workshop held in Benoni, South Africa. Ricardo da Silva, a South African Jesuit, was one of the members of the training team. He reports on the experience of the first-of-its-kind workshop in the IMBISA region. The Inter-Regional Meeting of Bishops in Southern Africa (IMBISA) hosted a Media and Communications workshop from 5-7 November 2018 at the Lumko Centre in Benoni, South Africa. The workshop gathered 33 participants chosen from the nine member...
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