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September 14

  • Sudan: Filmmaker Wins Toronto Award for Documentary On Defiant Nubans

    VOA

    Hajooj Kuka carried video equipment to the war-ravaged Nuba Mountains in the Blue Nile state of his native Sudan, a country that has suffered the world's longest civil war. It was... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Will South Sudanese Journalists Be Safe From New Media Bill? [opinion]

    Sudan Tribune

    What will help professional Journalists in the Media bill that was signed on the 9th of September 2014 in Juba? Will government of South Sudan leave hunting for Journalists?... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Say No to Sycophancy - Fingering the Media

    Daily News

    Kenya's largest mainstream newspapers were recently preoccupied by a small event that they gladly turned into a momentous occasion - the 90th birthday of former president Daniel... Read more »

  • Zambia: Paza Challenges Sata Over Blocking of Journalists

    Zambia Reports

    The Press Association of Zambia has asked State House to state whether it was the Patriotic Front policy to bar private media houses from covering events by President Michael Sata. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Melgin Tafirenyika Up for an Award

    Zimbabwe Standard

    South Africa based film-maker Melgin Tafirenyka has been nominated for the Zimbabwe Achievers Awards South African chapter in the personality-of-the-year category. Read more »

  • Rwanda: An African Journalist's Experience in China [opinion]

    New Times

    Ghanaians have a saying that goes: Ohoho aniwa soso nanso enhu hwee Ohoho. Loosely translated, it means that even though the eyes of a stranger are big, they cannot see anything. Read more »

  • Egypt: Wasla 20th Issue With Headline "Farewell Saif of the Oppressed" [press release]

    HRInfo

    Among the important articles of this issue are: Read more »

  • Nigeria: Media Trust Chairman, Others Bag 'Distinguished Service' Awards

    Daily Trust

    The Chairman of Media Trust Limited, Malam Kabir Yusuf, and sixteen others have emerged winners of 'These Executive Minds' (TEXEM) 2014 Distinguished Service to Society awards. Read more »

  • Sudan: Security Seizes Copies of Two Newspapers

    Sudan Tribune

    The National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) confiscated the Sunday editions of al-Youm al-Tali and al-Akhbar newspapers at dawn from the printing house. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Dimgba Igwe - a Journalist's Death That Sent a Shockwave Across an Industry

    Daily Trust

    Like a tremor of serious magnitude, the announcement of the passage of Mr Dimgba Igwe, a veteran journalist and Vice Chairman of The Sun Publishing Limited, sent a shockwave across... Read more »

  • Zambia: Why Is Sata Hiding From Journalists? [opinion]

    Zambia Reports

    We prod and urge President Sata to accept to be subjected to public scrutiny in a manner that the public may want to see him in the lens of the independent private media. Read more »



September 13

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