Sub-Saharan Africa


Expert says colonial-era defamation laws persist in Africa

In an interview with IPI, South Africa's Justine Limpitlaw pushes campaign to decriminalise defamation and insult laws[more]


IPI World Congress panel addresses ethics

Journalists discuss unending question, look towards solutions[more]


The state of press freedom worldwide

IPI executive director delivers report at the IPI World Congress in Cape Town[more]


IPI holds advanced online research workshop

Intajour provides intensive training to strengthen reporting[more]


Rwandan media: The offender and victim of the genocide

RWANDA GENOCIDE 1994-2014 | Some journalists played a bad role two decades ago, but they shouldn’t be the scapegoat to deny freedom today[more]


Flashback: Why reporters join the fight

RWANDA GENOCIDE 1994-2014 | Journalists should no longer remain passive observers of the heart-rending disasters[more]


For Rwanda’s media, the state plays a dominant role

RWANDA GENOCIDE 1994-2014 | Tainted by the events of 1994, the fourth estate remains under tight control [more]


Reporting genocide: Too little, too late

RWANDA GENOCIDE 1994-2014 | A lack of coverage in the early days of the bloodletting had the effect of reducing pressure on key UN members [more]

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