By Mekonnen Teshome Tollera – Though it is crystal-clear that journalists have been challenged working through all disastrous environment, from riots to wars and from natural to human-made catastrophes, the outbreak of the Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) has exceptionally shaken media houses and journalists in Ethiopia.
By Andualem Sisay Gessesse – In one of the panels during this week’s World Press Freedom Day event hosted in Addis Ababa, an Ethiopian journalist working for an international media indicated that he can’t travel to two regions in Ethiopia. This is because some gangs are not happy about the issues he covers and labeled […]
The introduction by Mozambican authorities of exorbitant media accreditation fees is an assault on freedom of the press and a blatant attempt to clamp down on journalists, Amnesty International said today.
Close to $100m of fundraising has been injected already in 2018 into Africa’s bourgeoning fintech and mobile payments sector, with a significant amount of capital still to be deployed this year. Prospects for the sector looks bullish, according to telecom, media and tech news and events company, TMT Finance.