Nokukhanya Musi - Aimienoho is a journalist based in Manzini, Swaziland. She began her journalism career in 2003 in the kingdom of Eswatini. Rising from journalist to former Entertainment Editor with both the local dailies (The Times of Swaziland and Swazi Observer), she possesses adequate on-the-ground experience and a journalism career spanning close to 20 years. As a freelance journalist, she has written for a few publications such as Music in Africa, the fastest growing information and exchange web portal dedicated to the African music sector as well as On Time Business Network, Swaziland News, Independent News and AgriBusiness Eswatini. She has undergone series of training through courses offered by Thomson Foundation / Reuters and through the African Women in Media (AWIM)/ UNEP Media Journalism Fellowship. Training undergone are on the following: • ‘International Reporting: The Essential Toolkit’ - Thomson Foundation / Reuters • 'Reporting on the gendered perspectives of Environmental issues in Africa'- African Women in Media (AWiM)/UNEP Africa Environment Journalism Programme • 'Solutions Journalism approaches to Environmental Reporting' - African Women in Media (AWiM)/UNEP Africa Environment Journalism Programme • African Stories: A Guide For Journalists On How To Tell Better Stories About Africa - Bird Story Agency (AfricaNoFilter) She is also a Bird Story Agency contributor and recently re-joined Eswatini Farming as a contributor.
How Eswatini born female rapper Jazz P's move to Mozambique steered her rap career in the right direction
How a young Swati female artist Thobile Makhoyane revives an almost extinct age-old art of Swati music by playing indigenous instruments