The Committee to Protect Journalists said it holds authorities in Gambia responsible for the safety of a journalist who received death threats following critical coverage of the government. Abubacarr Saidykhan, […]
Deadline: 05/09/2012 The political, social and economic environment in East Africa presents specific challenges for investigative journalists.
By Evelyn Groenink – “Normal” media don’t do investigative journalism anymore. That is why we need non-profit institutions, specially geared and equipped to investigate public interest issues. They will fill […]
The Committee to Protect Journalists calls on Liberian authorities to ensure the safety of journalists who have been repeatedly threatened for exposing the practice of female genital mutilation in the […]
Press Release: State House has warned Malawian journalists, editors and human rights defenders that they risk facing unspecified action if they continue ‘twisting information’ and in the process discrediting president […]