Posts Tagged 'journalists'

“Africa not graveyard of journalists”

Africa is not the world’s graveyard of journalists, stated the Committee to Protect Journalists.  The Africa Program Research Associate of the CPJ Mohamed Keita said more reporters had died elsewhere than Africa. Continue reading ‘“Africa not graveyard of journalists”’

Free training opportunity for African journalists

Africa soccer stars began this way. Photo: Free Voice

Africa soccer stars began this way. Photo: Free Voice

African journalists can now apply for a free international training to report on football and other running stories before and during South Africa 2010. A Dutch-based organization, Free Voice, said the project – Twenty Ten – involves training, production and distribution of news by African journalists. Continue reading ‘Free training opportunity for African journalists’

Who wants to kill me?

The campaigns preceding the run-off elections in Ghana is getting dirtier and nasty each day contrary to the “decent” one Ghanaians experienced before the 7th December polls. The situation is sending shivers through the spines of making peace loving Ghanaians.
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