Facebook, in partnership with Africa Check, has added new local language support for several African languages to fortify its third-party fact-checking programme. The program, which was launched in … read more »
Many people in Africa have a presence on one of the social networking sites, some become addicted to it for it is the quickest way to contact friends, however, like every good thing, it has a … read more »
Authorities have threatened all journalists who it says are refusing to be patriotic, after television reporter Samuel Wazizi was arrested for allegedly supporting separatist fighters. Journalists now … read more »
Authorities have threatened all journalists who it says are refusing to be patriotic, after television reporter Samuel Wazizi was arrested for allegedly supporting separatist ... Read more »
Facebook, in partnership with Africa Check, has added new local language support for several African languages to fortify its third-party fact-checking programme. The program, ... Read more »
The Tanzania Editors Forum, Tanzania Human Rights Defenders Coalition and Media Council of Tanzania have said the arrest of Erick Kabendera has violated his rights. Kabendera was ... Read more »
A storm of protest - and support - has erupted over a decision by the Federal High Court in Abuja to authorise the detention of the convener of #RevolutionNow protests, Omoyele ... Read more »
Prosecutors in Tanzania have charged freelance journalist Erick Kabendera with money laundering, tax evasion, and assisting an organized crime racket, according to a copy of the ... Read more »
Citizen journalist Mohamed Ould Cheikh Mkhaitir was arrested on 5 January 2014 after he published a blog that discussed slavery and discrimination, including against the blacksmith ... Read more »
Ismaila Jammeh, the brother of former president Yahya Jammeh, has admitted participating in the torture of citizens and in the killing of Almamo Manneh, an erstwhile state guard ... Read more »
The South African National Editors Forum has taken the Economic Freedom Fighters to the Gauteng High Court, arguing that the opposition party "has enabled an environment in which ... Read more »
The South African Broadcasting Corporation has released the findings of its year-long investigation into allegations of editorial interference, saying it will take disciplinary ... Read more »
The Tanzania government has detained a freelance journalist who writes for various local and international publications, Erick Kabendera, for a week. He now faces accusations of ... Read more »
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