October 02



October 01

  • Kenya: KTN, NTV and Citizen TV Back On Startimes' FTA and Paytv Platforms

    CIO

    Just two days after the Supreme Court directed the Communication Authority of Kenya to layout the timelines for the roll out of digital migration by meeting with all stakeholders... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimpapers Chief Executive Mutasa Fired

    New Zimbabwe

    INFORMATION Minister Jonathan Moyo, early this week reportedly cracked the whip at state-owned media group, Zimbabwe Newspapers forcing chief executive officer Justin Mutasa to... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Authorities Threaten Catholic Community Radio [press release]

    RSF

    After closing down a radio station in the capital, the authorities are now threatening one in the western city of Wau. Read more »

  • Liberia: Cemesp Demands West Point Shooting Report, Files FOI Request

    FrontPageAfrica

    The Center for Media Studies and Peacebuilding (CEMESP) has filed a Freedom of Information Request to Army Chief of Staff Daniel D. Ziankahn for a copy of the investigative report... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe Not Happy With Herald Newspaper - Gumbo

    New Zimbabwe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has threatened to deal with party leaders who in fight in the public tarnishing the image of Zanu PF, the party national spokesperson revealed Wednesday. Read more »

  • Liberia: Gov't Insensitive to LBS' Plight?

    Inquirer

    There is mounting public concern that the state broadcaster, the Liberia Broadcasting System (LBS) could go off the air at a time when the public needs more information relative to... Read more »

  • Liberia: PUL Observes 50th Anniversary

    Inquirer

    The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) yesterday observed its 50th anniversary by intensifying its awareness campaign on the fight against the spread of the Ebola virus which continues... Read more »

  • Angola: Media Minister Expected in Kwanza Norte

    ANGOP

    The Angolan Social Communication minister, José Luis de Matos is expected Thursday in northern Kwanza Norte province for a few-hour visit aimed at assessing various organs... Read more »

  • Angola: Journalists Attend Training in Bié

    ANGOP

    Journalists from Media Organs and workers of the Documentation and Information Centre (CDI) in central Bié province are attending from Wednesday training on improving the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimpapers Chief Executive Mutasa 'Forced' Out

    New Zimbabwe

    THE government early this week reportedly cracked the whip at state-owned media group, Zimbabwe Newspapers forcing chief executive officer Justin Mutasa to step down. Read more »

  • Liberia: CEMESP Demands West Point Shooting Findings

    New Dawn

    The Center for Media Studies and Peace Building (CEMESP) has filed a Freedom of Information Request to Army Chief of Staff Daniel D. Ziankahn, for the findings of the investigative... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimpapers Commissions Printing Press

    The Herald

    ZIMPAPERS has successfully commissioned a refurbished CD102 commercial printing machine purchased from Italy for its printing division, Natprint, which has increased the unit's... Read more »

  • Angola: Journalists Role to Inform Society Highlighted

    ANGOP

    The deputy Governor for Political and Social sphere of central Bie province, Carlos Ulombe da Silva, praised Wednesday the Media Organs' role to inform and convey knowledge to the... Read more »

  • Kenya: Africa, Get Ready for the Scoop!

    Capital FM

    AFRICA24 MEDIA and its broadcast partners are proud to debut the talk show everyone is talking about: Salim Amin's THE SCOOP! This continent's most dynamic men and women join Salim... Read more »

  • Liberia: CEMESP Demands West Point Shooting Report

    Inquirer

    The Center for Media Studies and Peacebuilding (CEMESP) has filed a Freedom of Information Request to Army Chief of Staff Daniel D. Ziankahn for a copy of the investigative report... Read more »

  • Namibia: DStv Upgrade Leaves Some Customers Unhappy

    New Era

    Not all DStv subscribers are happy with DStv's new upgrade that did away with the holiday home accounts, which subscribers had to pay for as a second DStv account. The upgrade of... Read more »

  • South Africa: Radiothon Raises R1.5 Million for Cancer Programme

    Biz-Community

    ChaiFM's fifth radiothon raised R1,555,005 for the charity DL Link, after it was selected by the station's listeners. Read more »

  • South Africa: Maggs Adds Veteran Power to Power 98.7's Talk Offering

    Biz-Community

    Jeremy Maggs, already known as a veteran TV and radio broadcaster, has joined Gauteng's commercial talk radio station POWER 98.7... Read more »



September 30

  • Congo-Kinshasa: Congo News Publisher Arrested For Critical Article

    IFEX

    Reporters Without Borders' partner organization in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Journaliste en Danger (JED), issued a statement on 15 September condemning the judicial... Read more »

  • Botswana: Botswana in Crisis - Perspective From a Journalist in Exile [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    Traditionally southern Africa's most stable nation, there have been rumblings of discontent emanating from Botswana in the run-up to October's general election. SIMON ALLISON asked... Read more »

  • South Africa: Media Reports On Protest Action Lack Depth and Context - Media Monitor

    GroundUp

    Palls of thick smoke hung over the N2 mid-September 2014, after protesters from the farming town of Grabouw, some 20 kilometres from Gordon's Bay, barricaded the national highway... Read more »

  • Liberia: Supreme Court Lifts Travel Ban On Chronicle Publisher

    New Dawn

    The Supreme Court of Liberia has lifted the travel ban imposed on the publisher of the National Chronicle Newspaper, Philipbert Brown by the Executive branch of government. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Leadership At 10 - How It All Began...

    Leadership

    How are great accomplishments in life started; the day the first block is laid to the foundation of that great building project; the day the woman of your dreams stands with you at... Read more »

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