The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) is pleased to learn that on Wednesday, 26 November 2014 the Mozambican Parliament passed an access to information (ATI) Bill.
Reporters Without Borders condemns journalist Abdirisak Ali Abdi’s murder on 18 November 2014 in Galkayo, in the northeastern semi-autonomous region of Puntland. This unclaimed killing has yet again highlighted the urgent need to...
Dar es Salaam (RBC) Tanzanian journalists have congratulated the Eastern Africa Journalists Association (EAJA) for successfully concluding its last week’s Extra-Ordinary Meeting in Bujumbura, Burundi and for strengthening the...
Soldiers from the Mozambique Defense Force (FADM) beat up two journalists from Independent Television Mozambique (TIM) who were reporting on a confrontation between the military and locals in a town close to the capital Maputo on...
Reporters Without Borders calls on the Rwandan authorities to defend the Rwanda Media Commission (RMC), the media self -regulatory body, against all the attacks it has received for objecting to the suspension of the BBC’s...
Reporters Without Borders joins its local partner Journalist in Danger (JED) in calling for a thorough investigation into a shooting attack on a TV cameraman in the eastern city of Goma on 25 October.
The reason for Al-Hayat correspondent Al-Nur Ahmad Al-Nur’s detention is not known
Global media watchdog, the Committee for the Protection of Journalists, has urged Zimbabwe to guarantee the safety of journalists after a reporter was beaten up and detained by police.
The parliamentary motion was prompted by a controversial documentary about the 1994 genocide
TANZANIA President Jakaya Kikwete has said the freedom of the Press has slightly improved in Africa although a lot needs to be done by enacting relevant laws.
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