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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.
Cameroon’s controversial anti-terror law used to muzzle critical press
Cameroon’s controversial anti-terror law used to muzzle critical press
Over the last couple of years, large sections of Cameroonian media have not been kind to President Paul Biya, or his increasingly beleaguered...
Browse against the machine
Browse against the machine
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Queer people fight for fair representation in the media
Queer people fight for fair representation in the media
Associated Press recently announced its acceptance of the gender pronouns “they”, “them” and “their” when referring to nonbinary people...
Editorial: Embattled print shows its worth
Editorial: Embattled print shows its worth
Newspapers in South Africa have lost revenue, readers and, some would argue, relevance. We can’t blame technology alone. Media executives, managers...
Protesters use the media, but they and the police turn on journalists
Protesters use the media, but they and the police turn on journalists
Attacks on journalists during protests are increasing and getting more violent every year.

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