September 14

September 13

  • Ethiopia: Arrest of Journalists, Bloggers, Exodus of Journalists


    It was last year that three journalists and six bloggers were detained and charged with "working with foreign organizations that claim to be human rights activists and agreeing in... Read more »

  • Gambia: Media Practitioners Trained On UNCRC, Ethical Reporting On Children


    A one day training on the Convention on the Rights of the Child and Ethical Reporting for the media practitioners was held on Wednesday, 10th September, 2014 at the Girls' Guide... Read more »

  • Tanzania: TMF Suspends Grant Applications for Nine Months

    Daily News

    THE Tanzania Media Fund (TMF) has stopped accepting new applications for individual or institutional grants until May, next year. Instead, the fund is now finalising its current... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Security Officials Return Catholic Radio Keys

    Sudan Tribune

    South Sudan security officials on Friday returned keys of the Catholic radio, a month after its confiscation. Read more »

  • Somalia: Press Freedom Under Fire As Security Forces Increase Media Crackdown


    Heavily armed Somalia National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) forces picked Mohamed Bashir Hashi, news editor of Shabelle Radio station, from his home, Saturday, in a... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Kanyamibwa Lived an Inspirational Humble Life

    New Times

    SEPTEMBER 10, 2014 will always be remembered as a dark Wednesday in Rwanda's journalism history. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Ebola - Media Trust Sensitises Vendors

    Daily Trust

    Media Trust Ltd (MTL), publishers of Daily Trust, Weekly Trust, Sunday Trust and Aminiya newspapers, as part of its brand loyalty promotion and in support of the federal... Read more »

  • Egypt: Sis Chairman Meets Chinese Media Delegations

    Egypt Online

    Chairman of the Egyptian State Information Service (SIS) Ambassador Salah Abdel-Sadeq met with delegations from the Chinese People's Daily Online and China Radio International on... Read more »

  • Egypt: Presidency Mourns Satirical Writer Ahmed Ragab

    Egypt Online

    Egypt's presidency mourned on Friday the death of renowned columnist Ahmed Ragab. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Bishop Ezeokafor Condoles With Igwe's Family, Nuj

    Daily Independent

    The Catholic Bishop of Awka Diocese, Most Rev. Dr. Paulinus Chukwuemeka Ezeokafor, has commiserated with the family of the late Dimgba Igwe, a veteran journalist and vice chairman... Read more »

  • Nigeria: COSON Mourns Dimgba Igwe

    Daily Independent

    The board, members and management of the Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) have received with shock the news of the passing on of veteran journalism, Dimgba Igwe. Until his... Read more »

September 12

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