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September 16, 2011
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Now With Portuguese Subtitles:

KAS in Angola - the new video

In a joint effort with local media practioners KAS Media Africa created a video about the foundation's activities in Angola - serving as a hands-on case study for the use of web tv in political communication. Watch the video now with portuguese subtitles. Please press play!

August 19, 2011

New report out now:

A little e-lection bridge in Mozambique

KAS Media Africa joined forces with KAS Mozambique to bring a two-day seminar on political communication to the town of Beira - working closely with the democratic opposition. Photo from left: Lutero Simango (MDM), Annette Schwarzbauer (KAS) und Daviz Simango (Mayor of Beira, MDM). Read the report now - more…

August 17, 2011

International conference in Pretoria:

New KAS Media Africa report on media law summit out now

The conference "African constitutionalism and the media" featured first-rate media and law practioners from the region - among them: South Africa's former chief justice Arthur Chaskalson (photo). He praised the KAS Media Law Handbook for Southern Africa: "It is an important project." Read the full report here - more…

August 8, 2011

International Media Law Conference:

Pretoria: Great Feedback For KAS Media Law Handbook

An important body of work for Southern Africa - leading law practioners could not hide their enthusiasm for the project "KAS Media Law Handbook", created and written by Justine Limpitlaw, one of the top lawyers in the region. The first chapters are online now - more…

August 5, 2011

International conference in the region

New Report out now - Radio Days 2011 in Johannesburg

"Radio is still king in Africa", as one panelist aptly put it. At the "Radio Days 2011", international experts discussed the future of this powerful media plattform - with an keen eye on current delovpments in the region. Read the full report online - more…

July 29, 2011

New exclusive interview online:

100 days KAS E-lection Bridge Africa

100 days ago, African and German experts gathered in Ghana for the first E-lection Bridge Africa. Since then, the regional KAS initiative has had successful spin-offs, e.g. in Zimbabwe and Angola. In an online interview, seasoned campaign pro Oliver Röseler (CDU, photo) recalls the inaugural conference in Accra - more…

July 28, 2011

Web TV workshop on location:

Angola: "Important for the opposition" - New report online now

Moving pictures in Luanda - and a still one: In close cooperation with the KAS programme in Namibia/Angola, the regional media programme facilitated a Web TV seminar for members of the opposition. Read the full report online now - more…

July 19, 2011
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Produced on location

New VIDEO: KAS in Angola

During her recent trip to Luanda, German Chancellor Angela Merkel also attended a round table with members of civil society, organized by KAS Namibia/Angola. For an overview about our activities in the country of Angola, please watch the new video – compiled by KAS Media Africa with local media practioners.

July 15, 2011
Anton Boesl, Holger Haibach, Markus Brauckmann

Angela Merkel in the region

In Angola: KAS & The Chancellor

KAS on location in Angola: The foundation's representatives successfully organized a set of workshops in Luanda - accompanying the visit of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. From left: Anton Boesl (KAS Namibia/Angola), Holger Haibach (new country representative Namibia/Angola) and Markus Brauckmann (KAS Media Africa).

July 10, 2011
Brauckmann und Merkel

Political Communication 2.0

Web TV in Angola

The digital campaigning tool Web TV is the focus of a KAS Media Africa seminar in Angola. KAS Media Africa director Markus Brauckmann (photo, w/ Angela Merkel) will be sharing his experiences from the successful CDU.TV campaign for Merkel's re-election in 2009 - with local and national political communicators in Luanda.