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African journalists offer to help cut Ebola deaths

Accra – African science journalists are imploring governments to involve them in reporting on the Ebola crisis to help prevent needless deaths caused by inadequate or incorrect information.

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Africa: AMI principles will nourish Africa’s information consumers

A fish, they say, starts to rot from the head. It’s the same in the world of newshounds.

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Journalist Charles Atangana wins legal battle to stay in Britain

NUJ member Charles Atangana has won his appeal against Home Office plans to deport him to his native Cameroon, where he had been imprisoned and tortured and faces possible death in retaliation for his journalistic exposes of corruption.

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Mass protests fail but Angolan activists remain defiant

JOHANNESBURG –  An attempt to organise a mass protest against the government in Angola’s capital Luanda this week may have fallen flat, but there is no doubt that a fuse has been lit among people who for so many years have not dared to challenge authority.

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Eritrea desperate to undo UN sanctions

Eritrea President Isaias Afewerki is on a diplomatic offensive to make the UN lift sanctions against the country last year for training and supplying Somali and Yemenite rebels. Holy cows are being slaughtered in Asmara.

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Teaching South African girls new media

For the nearly 50 million people of South Africa, the 2010 World Cup represents an opportunity to show the world its progress through sports. But for a new nonprofit organization, soccer’s biggest stage also offers an opportunity to publicize young women who tend to go unheard.

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