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03.02.2016

Accessing Information in Africa: It's your right

In order to make important choices in our lives and our societies we need information. We...


25.01.2016

Heroes under fire

ODAC is proud to announce the launch of its latest research piece on the lived experience...


03.02.2016

Another knock for Kenya’s once-mighty media: Top Editor fired for criticising president Kenyatta

When Kenya’s top paper fired managing editor Denis Galava, they said he had failed to...


20.01.2016

Government intimidating media, civic groups- Human Rights Watch

The government of Uganda is intimidating and threatening journalists and activists in an...


The digital pressure: How the South African newsroom has changed

 

The transition to digital in newsrooms in South Africa has radically altered life for journalists forever according to the publication: State of the Newsroom South Africa 2014: Disruptions Accelerated published by Wits Journalism. 

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No one should expect a Twitter Revolution in sub-Saharan Africa – at least for now

 

Showing no shred of skepticism, analysts have been predicting the ubiquity of the Internet’s and new media technologies is set to help end tyranny across sub-Saharan Africa.  

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