Divine Dube

Divine Dube ('20)
Divine Dube
JSK Journalism Fellow
editor-in-chief, The Citizen Bulletin, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Divine Dube is a 2020 JSK Journalism Fellow. When selected as a fellow he was the editor-in-chief of The Citizen Bulletin, a regional, hyperlocal news outlet based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second largest city. Prior to working for The Citizen Bulletin, he reported for Newsday, Zimbabwe’s largest privately owned daily. Before reporting for Newsday, he worked for two different regional news publications, the Southern Eye and Southern Star, where he covered local news beats and developed a passion for community reporting. His journalistic work appears on Newsday, Southern Eye, Bulawayo24.com and The Citizen Bulletin, among others. He also worked as a programming director for Getjenge FM, a community radio initiative covering ethnic minority communities in southwestern Zimbabwe.

divine@stanford.edu

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