UPDATE from FAIR Board members Charles Mwanguhya (Monitor Editor) and Barbara Among: “All staff were ordered out of the premises and police have sealed the head office which it says […]
Freedom of the media is in sharp decline following the brutal attack on Absalom Kibanda, Chairperson of Tanzania Editors Forum at his home in Dares Salaam.
Election-related violence is a worry for journalists in many countries, but perhaps nowhere more so than Kenya, where presidential polls will be held March 4. In the aftermath of the […]
The Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR) is appalled at the recent harassment of its member and Tanzanian investigative journalist Erick Kabendera, following recent moves by Immigration officers to arrest, detain […]
SMALL GRANT FINALISTS 2013 Stanley Kwenda Zimbabwe Rosemary Nwaebuni Nigeria Sarah Mawarere Uganda Eudias […]
Ethiopians awakened to state media reports that Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, 57, the country’s leader for 21 years, had died in an overseas hospital of an undisclosed disease.
A proposed law threatens journalists who work outside the mainstream of print and TV, writes Vinayak Bhardwaj and Stefaans Brummer in the Mail & Guardian.
President Jacob Zuma must demand that charges against Mail & Guardian editor Nic Dawes and two journalists be dropped, a lobby group said on Friday.