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30 outstanding women in media to receive Africa Media Honours

– – 30 outstanding African women are to receive Africa Media Honours for their impact in various fields of media communication across the continent. The Africa Media Honours is an event that Outstanding Women excelling and making a great impact in Media Communications in Africa. The 2021 edition of the The Africa Media Honours is focusing on “Progressive Portrayal”. In… Read More
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AFRIMASS NETWORK partners GUINNESS GHANA for Media Ad Sales Summit

– – The Africa Media Advertising Sales Summit (AFRIMASS NETWORK) has partnered with GUINNESS GHANA, MultiChoice Ghana, Genet Service Ltd to bring to Media enterprise owners, Media business executives, Journalist, Media Ad Agencies, Media sales executives and seasoned industry professionals the 3rd edition of the Africa Media Ad Sales Summit (AFRIMASS). This year’s edition of the AFRIMASS 2021 themed “The… Read More
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A Nation at War with Itself. Femi Oluwasanmi, Ibafo, Ogun State

Written by Femi Oluwasanmi, The recent increase in the numbers of attacks on the media from some elites, overzealous officers, and fraction of the public shows that Nigeria is seriously at war with itself and needs a special therapy inorder to recuperate from the wound occasioned by this ignominious display and regain her rightful position in the comity of nation.… Read More
Africa World 

Fighting sexual harassment in African media houses

A multimedia campaign on sexual harassment in media houses across Africa dubbed #TimesUpAfriMedia has been launched by a group of media organizations. The campaign is meant to start series of activities to commemorate the UN’s 16 Days of Activism. African women journalists working in newsrooms, those within the media landscape as well as the associations that support them are backing… Read More
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The Gambian media; what’s changed after Jammeh’s exit

The Gambian media for 22 years experienced all forms of harassment, abuses and threats to their work and all took place during the tenure of former President Yahya Jammeh. In 22 years there were reported disappearances and extra judicial killings. Some media outlets were being burnt to ashes, unlawful arrests and detention were the order of the day for journalists… Read More
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Meet the top Ghanaian Media Business owners

Known as the 4th estate of government, the Ghanaian media landscape has over the past two decades evolved not only as an avenue for engaging citizens but a lucrative business sector that has produced some successful entrepreneurs and business leaders in Ghana. Even though we cannot evaluate the financial value of the industry in Ghana, Price Water-Coopers in 2017 valued… Read More

Kagame isn’t the right person to lecture about tolerance, democracy and dialogue

By Nelson Gatsimbazi In a recent meeting called Tana High Level Forum (THLF) on security in African, which took place on 18th April 2015 in Addis Ababa the capital of Ethiopia, where Rwandan President Paul Kagame was among the speakers. His speech left many questions when he began lecturing the world about things beyond his ability of governance. In his… Read More

Rwanda – Authorities hound independent journalists at home and abroad

Reporters Without Borders condemns the Rwandan government’s lack of transparency and its unacceptable acts of harassment and intimidation of journalists with the aim of suppressing freedom of information and independent reporting. Rwandan journalists have been the victims of the government’s harassment for years, but the targets have for some also included foreign journalists, especially Ugandan ones. “The Rwandan government often… Read More

Women journalists harassed and abused, often by colleagues – survey

A member of the local media records a fire at the Comayaguela market in Tegucigalpa February 18, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez   LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – It’s not news that women journalists are groped and threatened while covering protests and conflict, but often they face this abuse at work, and when they complain, they are told to “grow up”.… Read More