Watchdogs Warn of Threats to Press Freedom
Reporters Without Borders and Freedom House have said in a report that while every region of the world saw declines in press freedom, there are some bright spots in parts of Africa where several authoritarian leaders have left office.
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VOA, 26 April 2018
Incessant attacks on the media by populist politicians are posing a threat to major democracies, two international watchdogs said on Wednesday. Read more »
Citizen, 26 April 2018
Tanzania's media landscape remained challenging in 2017, a new survey shows, citing threats and harassment of journalists as vivid examples of how freedom of expression was… Read more »
Namibian, 26 April 2018
NAMIBIA (26th), which has yet to adopt a promised law on access to information, has surrendered the title of the best-ranked African country to Ghana (23rd), Reporters Without… Read more »
President John Magafuli has enforced laws and regulations to govern both digital and traditional media spaces in the country since he took office in 2015. Under his leadership, a ... Read more »