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Kenya plan to help Covid-hit poor plagued by irregularities - rights group
Gender-based violence has always been the 'first pandemic' for Vodacom
Ondela Mlandu, head of media at Positive Dialogue
Jamal Khashoggi awarded Golden Pen of Freedom
Traffic flows in Mogadishu's Hodan district in 2018. On March 30, 2019 armed men raided the offices of Somalia's Universal TV station. Credit: CPJ/Reuters/Feisal Omar.
Security is tight in Rwanda’s authoritarian state. Charles Shoemaker/EPA
Bauxite mining boom in Guinea threatens locals
Blind SA launches R1m fundraising campaign to #GiveWordsWings
Egypt extends detention period for four journalists held as part of mass trial
An alleged arson attack on Cameroon's Sky FM gutted the private community radio station in the Northwest Region town of Ndu destroying equipment, furniture, and the studio. Credit: Barnard Tata Gibip/CPJ Africa.
Why the US left the UN Human Rights Council - and why it matters
It's time for Malawi to quit tobacco
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is an Eritrean journalist and human rights activist.
Hundreds protest Morocco trial of journalists
Why release of two journalists in Ethiopia does not signal end to press crackdown
Media threats increase in Kenya
Ethiopian journalist jailed for talking to dissident
Ugandan academic charged over Museveni 'buttocks' jibe
Ethiopia inaugurates dam to double energy output
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Angola: new media law threatens free speech
Gambia: three journalists arrested as election campaign begins
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Gap becomes latest to reveal its supplier factories
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Source: The Herald/AllAfrica
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Uganda moves to tighten control of social media
Zimbabwe seizes unlicensed diamond mines
Uganda media intimidated ahead of presidential polls: HRW
Pakistan cyber bill threatens free speech, privacy: rights groups
Anton Harber
Tunisia court to rule on blogger's appeal March 3
Appeal Court orders journalist Rugurika's release
Ethiopia clamps down on independent media
India's 'Peace Force' launches Facebook clean-up mission
Anton Harber
Vietnam jails second blogger in a fortnight
Jazeera journalists go on trial in Egypt
Kenyan media face fines, prison terms under proposed media bills
Dangers of child labour in the extractive industries and a case for due diligence
Ambulances just for pregnant women
Jeremy Matthews
Libya must let journalist travel for medical care
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