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MISA Namibia launches 5th African Media Barometer for Namibia

WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA – The Namibian media environment has not changed significantly since...


Motsoeneng pushes for regulation of journalists

SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has reiterated his desire to see the...


Misa urges Swapo to respect journalists

THE Media Institute of Southern Africa Namibia has urged the Swapo Party to respect...

Internet for the poor

Why don’t most South Africans use the Internet? The most common answers, if you ask them, are: a lack of access (to devices like computers or smart phones, and to networks that you need to connect), not knowing how to use the Internet and the costs of using it.
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Why Sapa closed

The sad closure at the end of March 2015 of the South African Press Association (Sapa) wire service, the county’s oldest news agency, was inevitable. And there’s little doubt it was written on Member-owners’ boardroom walls long before it was spelled out at the wire service itself.
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