He says he is the cheekiest journalist in town [According to his twitter bio]. Yes, you can feel it in his writings on his blog and pronouncements on radio. Hate him or love him, Ato Kwamena Dadzie, a totally harmless but witty journalist has carved a niche for himself in the West African country as fearless and frees his mind. Continue reading ‘Ghanaian ‘irreverent,’ witty editor charged’
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Tags: ato kwamena dadzie, blog, facebook, ghana, journalist, media, myjoyonline, press freedom, twitter
Tags: africa, Diageo Africa business reporting awards, ghana, journalist
It feels good to be associated with successful people. Oh yes, not all of us can win awards or attain fame but at least we can boast of a couple of friends who have cracked the nut. Continue reading ‘Diego Awards: And the winner is… Felix Klutse’
Tags: Al-Baghdadiya TV, Bush, frontline, invasion, Iraq, journalist, Muntadar al-Zeidi, reporter, security-council, UN, US
So a powerless local journalist mustered courage to throw his “size 10” shoes at the world’s most powerful man when he visited Iraq? That sounds incredible and no wonder the news spread like an inferno worldwide. Muntadar al-Zeidi, a reporter with Al-Baghdadiya TV channel is the subject of criticisms, insults and in some quarters a hero. Whatever being the case al-Zeidi was totally wrong with his actions and absolutely right with his intentions.
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Tags: africa, journalist, press freedom, struggle, trauma, zimbabwe
Press freedom in Zimbabwe is a very serious situation, Reporters Without Borders concluded in their 2007 country report. The government of Robert Mugabe has shut down independent newspapers. Radio signals from outside the country have been jammed. Internet is slow and not reliable. Inflation is skyrocketing.
Continue reading ‘Struggles of a Zimbabwean journalist’