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Showcasing local reporting and analysis, Africa Media Matters brings together critical news and information from across the African continent; providing a unique insight into the challenges and opportunities facing Africa’s media. Filling the gap in high-quality coverage of the African media environment, our series of monthly podcasts will feature breaking media news, in-depth analysis of emerging stories from media and civil society leaders, and profile the work of African entrepreneurs who ...
 
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As the dust settles on the 2011 elections in Nigeria, African Media Matters talks to those involved in IWPR’s innovative election reporting programme, set up to boost coverage of the poll and promote balanced, accurate journalism across the country. We hear from the Nigerian Union of Journalists about the challenges facing its members and from IWPR…
 
African Media Matter talks to Alex Bell of SW Radio about the Zimbabwean government’s latest efforts to silence independent journalists and asks Henry Maina, the East African director of the freedom of expression group Article 19, whether Rwanda is serious about plans to relax restrictions on press reporting. We find out from Nesrine Malik, a Sudan…
 
Africa Media Matters speaks to the World Bank’s Eric Chinje about the challenges facing African media in the age of the internet, and we profile the work of Mogadishu-based Radio Shabelle, recent winners of the Reporters Sans Frontiere's Press Freedom Award. We also hear from Sudanese Diaspora station, Radio Dabanga, as the country prepared for the…
 
Africa Media Matters speaks to Wilf Mbanga, exiled editor of The Zimbabwean newspaper as he faces an arrest warrant for a story he claims not to have published, and we profile the work of a group spearheading African investigative journalism. We also hear from Nigeria’s most successful publisher and speak to the producer of the award-winning film, …
 
What do the ANC’s recently proposed media regulations mean for journalists in South Africa? We speak to the Press Ombudsman and to the editor of one of the country’s leading newspapers, the Mail & Guardian. We also hear from eastern Democratic Republic of Congo on the challenges of reporting on mineral exploitation in the region.…
 
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