The Accra International Conference Centre screened a documentary by undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas in Accra, Ghana, on June 7, 2018. Ahmed Hussein Suale Divela, who was involved in the film, was murdered on January 16. Credit: CPJ - Francis Kokoroko/Reuters.
Investigative journalist Ahmed Divela shot dead in Ghana

Authorities in Ghana should immediately investigate the killing of journalist Ahmed Hussein Suale Divela...

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Protesters block the main route to Zimbabwe's capital Harare from Epworth township on January 14, 2019, after the government more than doubled the price of fuel. On January 15, CPJ joined more than 20 rights organizations and the #KeepItOn Coalition to call for authorities in Zimbabwe to restore internet and social media services. Credit: CPJ/AFP/Jekesai Njikizana.
CPJ joins call for Zimbabwe to restore internet and social media access

The Committee to Protect Journalists joined more than 20 rights organisations and the #KeepItOn Coalition to call for authorities in Zimbabwe to restore internet and social media services...

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#BizTrends2019: Africa is one of the major players in the global economic future

New APO Group CEO, Lionel Reina, gives Bizcommunity.Africa his trend predictions for 2019...

1 day ago

Why the wall?

Chris Botha, group managing director of Park Advertising discusses why Wall Breakers will be the real change-makers in 2019...

By Chris Botha 2 days ago

In Nigeria, three journalists injured by gunfire while covering political rally

A shooting at a political rally in Nigeria injured three journalists - 15 people were arrested in connection with the incident. The investigation was ongoing...

14 Jan 2019

Gabon internet blackout after coup attempt

Gabon shuts down the internet and broadcasting services following coup attempt...

11 Jan 2019

Mozambican journalist arrested, held in military prison

Mozambique's military should immediately release Amade Abubacar, a community radio journalist...

10 Jan 2019

DRC information blackout 'in violation of international law'

The DRC internet blackout is a general network shutdown and is in clear violation of international law and cannot be justified by any means - UN...

10 Jan 2019

DRC authorities cut internet and broadcast signals after election

Democratic Republic of Congo cut access to internet and SMS services, blocked the signals of at least two broadcasters...

8 Jan 2019

#BizTrends2019: A new golden age of OOH media in Africa

A much-needed trend is for people to stop talking about Africa in the collective...

By Greg Benatar 7 Jan 2019

Number of journalists murdered in reprisal for reporting nearly doubles

The year 2018 was the deadliest year for journalists in the past three years, with Afghanistan topping the list as the deadliest country for journalists worldwide in 2018...

4 Jan 2019

Journalist jailed for 18 months for contempt of court

Zambia's Supreme Court yesterday sentenced Derrick Sinjela, editor-in-chief of the privately owned Rainbow Newspaper, to 18 months in prison for contempt of court...

3 Jan 2019

New digital publishing platform for Pulse

Pulse, Africa's new media publisher, makes its websites more accessible to all Africans through technology...

2 Jan 2019

5 things that keep the advertising industry stagnant

Chris Botha, group managing director of park advertising says that the advertising industry is remaining stagnant in some areas and that this will negatively impact us all...

By Chris Botha 31 Dec 2018

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