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12.02.2018

UN High Commissioner concerned at Fiji media curbs

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights says the limits imposed on journalists in Fiji are "highly worrying.''[more]

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05.02.2018

Plan by Zambia to regulate internet use sparks debate

LUSAKA – A plan by authorities in Zambia to introduce regulations for social media use has sparked debate in the southern African nation. [more]

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05.02.2018

BBC launches Ethiopian and Eritrean radio services

LONDON – The BBC yesterday launched new daily radio services producing news, current affairs, features and English language training for Ethiopians and Eritreans.[more]

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30.01.2018

Kenyans Name a ‘People’s President,’ and TV Broadcasts Are Cut

NAIROBI, Kenya — The Kenyan government cut transmissions of three private television stations and moved to criminalize a political opposition group on Tuesday, as supporters of the opposition leader Raila Odinga gathered in the...[more]

Category: Media Matters

30.01.2018

Addis Ababa Declaration of the 3rd edition of the Africa Senior Media Dialogue (ASMD) on “The Role of Media in Africa’s Development, Women’s Empowerment and its Support for Agenda 2063”

We, journalists and participants of the third Africa Senior Media Dialogue (ASMD) met on 16 and 17 November 2017 in Addis Ababa Ethiopia, to discuss “The Role of Media in Africa’s Development, Women’s Empowerment and its Support...[more]

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Tuesday, 02. May 2017
11:55 - Govt urged to resist media muzzling
THE Namibian Media Trust has urged the government to resist any and all attempts to curb free media and free speech, drop an advertising directive for government to prioritise stat...
Wednesday, 10. May 2017
16:05 - Geingob to launch media code of ethics
THE Editors Forum of Namibia's code of ethics will be relaunched today as part of the belated World Press Freedom Day commemorations.
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