Kebwe made the recommendation here over the weekend when speaking at the just-concluded second Nkwabi Ng'wanakilala Investigative Business Environment Media Conference.
He named those journalists as Denis Mkakala circulation officer Mpanda Radio, Kassimu Mpika station manager Pamoja FM, Elius Magange Editor Pambazuko FM, Kessy editor at business desk at 101 Clouds Media, Bahati Obel Chai FM's manager and Prosper Kwigize the chairman of community Radio Tanzania (TADIO)
The RC said that from findings, the journalists managed to launch radio and TV programs address the challenges faced businesses men and farmers towards improve production
Kebwe also lauded St. Augustine University of Tanzania (SAUT) in collaboration with Business Environment strengthening for Tanzania(BEST) for establishing a center for investigative business Environment Reporting and dialogue ( CIBERD).
" This efforts enable media practitioners and communication researchers to acquire knowledge and skills for investigative business reporting,” the RC said.
For his part, SAUT Vice Chancellor Ambassador Chancellor Prof Costa Mahalu said conference was meant to look how media can help to scale up agricultural sector and the country’s industrialisation agenda in the country.