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African leaders use anti-terror laws to silence journalists
African leaders use anti-terror laws to silence journalists
African governments and leaders have found a new excuse for censoring journalists and media organisations — abetting terrorism.
How Uganda is using old and new laws to block activists on social media
How Uganda is using old and new laws to block activists on social media
Activists who use digital media are protected by international...
Mauritania cracks down on opposition after election
Mauritania cracks down on opposition after election
Mauritanian police raided the headquarters of two opposition parties, closing one of them amid high tension that followed a disputed outcome to...
The restriction of basic freedoms has become the global norm
The restriction of basic freedoms has become the global norm
Imagine inviting your ten closest friends to dinner but only four of them show up. The other six can’t make it because they’ve either been...
Mo Ibrahim: Africa’s decade of ‘lost opportunity’
Mo Ibrahim: Africa’s decade of ‘lost opportunity’
The 2018 African governance index was released this week. It’s not good news.
All are one at Ubuntu.Lab
All are one at Ubuntu.Lab
Our Ubuntu.Lab Hub and Reputation Custodians Network is in response to the reality that we human beings live in a world of competing narratives....
Free speech is costly
Free speech is costly
Freedom of expression is one of the cornerstones of our nascent constitutional democracy, and it is unquestionably a principle worth defending.
Botswana Gazette journalists arrested over story
Botswana Gazette journalists arrested over story
Officials from the Botswana corruption watchdog have raided the offices of the Botswana Gazette and arrested its manager, editor, journalist...
Violent intimidation of writers must not be tolerated
Violent intimidation of writers must not be tolerated
On Wednesday March 18 author, Zainub Priya Dala was violently attacked as she left her hotel during the Time of the Writer Festival in Durban. A...
[Video]Angolan journalist wins Freedom of Expression Award Part 2
[Video]Angolan journalist wins Freedom of Expression Award Part 2
Rafael Marques de Morais was honoured with the Freedom of Speech award for his work in exposing corruption in government and business in Angola.
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life:  Zapiro
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: Zapiro
Political cartoonist Zapiro's work is as important as ever following the Charlie Hebdo killings. His life and role in society is discussed.

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