About the Tribal Post

Tribal Post is an independent news website; launched in 2013 on a personal initiative of young innovative journalists and activists from FATA & Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Responding to a lack of alternative journalism in Pakistan, The Tribal Post seeks to amplify unorthodox voices, present critical analyses, showcase creative writing, and foster a culture of healthy debate in our country and across the borders. It thus seeks to bridge social and ideological divides by providing opportunities for young people to interact with and learn from each other.
Our Mission is to feature FATA — the tribal areas of Pakistan, to empower local voices and bring the untold and unheard stories of the people of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and to support and encourage students of journalism and other social sciences, fresh graduates and activists and provide free and professional space to them.



Meet Our Team

Editor-in-Chief
Raza Dotani

Raza Dotani

Founder of the Tribal Post, belongs to S. Waziristan, journalist, independent blogger, radio host, trainer and activist based at Peshawar.

Editor
Zulfiqar Ali Wazir

Zulfiqar Ali Wazir

Senior journalist, belongs to S. Waziristan, covering tribal areas and Pak Afghan border for national media.

Assistant EditorTribal Post

Uzma Ali Afridi

Belongs to Khyber Agency, Peshawar based journalist working with print and online media and mass media student.

Editor (KP)
Waqas Ahmad

Waqas Ahmad

Young TV & online media journalist, belongs to Swabi, covering Foreign Office, Parliament and top stories in the capital Islamabad.

Sub-editorTribal Post

Mahwish Mehar

Belongs to Sargodha, She is a sub-editor as well as Editor Women Section and also writes a blog for the Tribal Post.

Business OfficerAziza

Aziza Mehsud

Belongs to South Waziristan, MBA student and also a social activist working for youth and women rights in Fata.

Our Reporters
With a network of more than 25 reporters in FATA and rest of the country, Tribal Post covers top stories, current affairs and social issues to strengthen the voice of common people.


Our Bloggers
To empower the voices of youth, common people and true leaders, more than 10 regular write blogs and features for the Tribal Post

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