On April 2, 2018, the government of Chad shut down social media platforms such Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp without any explanation.
Africa Check, the continent’s first independent fact-checking website, is seeking a researcher/journalist to join their Johannesburg-based team.
Zambians are protesting the implementation of a 30 Ngwe ($0.1) levy on internet calls over platforms like WhatsApp, Skype and Viber.
All over the world, many people use the Internet to connect, communicate, and interact.
Investigating corruption and illicit finance flows is an important task for journalists. However, it is cost-intensive and time consuming. The Money Trail Project offers grants to teams of African, Asian and European journalists...
NAIROBI (Reuters) - A new cybercrime law came into force in Kenya on Wednesday, but without a ban on “false” information, after bloggers and journalists won a court order blocking rules they said could curtail free expression.
African media makers looking for new opportunities, here's a list of fellowships and scholarships for people involved in media work... don't be shy, apply!
Press freedom is often thought of in relation to political pressure. There is more than enough evidence that threats, intimidation and imprisonment of journalists remain a serious cause for concern in Africa. But two recent...
Internet law experts are questioning the arrest of a 19-year-old Halifax man for an alleged breach of a provincial website after the youth came forward to say he believed he was simply downloading public information.
The Namibia Media Trust (NMT) condemns an attempt this week by the Namibia Central Intelligence Service (NCIS) to censor and silence the media.
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