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New regulations prohibit foreign media broadcasting in the DRC

Photo: Munor Kabondo   On Saturday November 12th, the Minister of Media and Communication in the Democratic Republic of Congo signed a..

November 28, 2016 with 0 Comments

2016: au moins 87 cas d’attaques contre les journalistes en RDC

Ph. Munor Kabondo. *English Translation below   Par Munor Kabondo « Au moins 87 cas d’attaques contre les journalistes et contre..

November 15, 2016 with 0 Comments

Réduites au silence, quelques chaines de télévision kinoises ne savent plus à quel saint se vouer

Malgré le nombre élevé des médias, beaucoup ont de la peine à traiter des certains sujets de peur d’être réduits au silence. Ph...

February 1, 2016 with 0 Comments

Liberté de la presse: Des obstacles pour avoir accès aux sources d’information publique à Kinshasa

Plusieurs médias congolais se contentent de l’information de seconde main pour la publier. Ph. Clubs JDH   Par Jean-Hilaire Shotsha..

February 1, 2016 with 0 Comments

The future of press freedom in Malawi

Joyce Banda was sworn in as Malawi’s newest president on April 7 under the terms of the constitution, following two days of political..

May 7, 2012 with 0 Comments

A Land of Too Many Rules, Yet Also Too Few

Toronto Star editor Michael Cooke visits DR Congo with jhr – and discovers just how tough journalists there have to be By Rachel Pulfer,..

August 11, 2010 with 0 Comments
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