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How China, Turkey and Russia influence the media in Africa

KAS Media Africa has asked experts on Chinese, Turkish and Russian media policies to outline the strategies that the state and media institutions are applying when dealing with media houses and media practitioners in Africa. As media experts in South Africa, the DRC or Nigeria are witnessing a growing pressure on their ways of investigating and positioning media in their countries as the Fourth Estate, this publication tries to give an overview, a handbook for orientation.

L’éditeur nigérian Dapo Olorunyomi reçoit le Prix international de la liberté de la presse

Le Comité pour la protection des journalistes (CPJ) récompense Dapo Olorunyomi pour son travail courageux

Framing Democracy : Tanzania

Media Coverage of Tanzania’s 2020 Presidential Elections: A Focus on Opposition Presidential Candidate Tundu Lissu

With an unprecedented decline in press freedom since President John Pombe Magufuli took over in 2015, Tanzania has become a tragic case study. Shutdowns of newspapers and other media outlets and censorship are rampant. Some journalists have been purged or harassed for not toeing the line while many others simply left the profession.

La sixième édition de la conférence annuelle de #AfricaBlogging s’est tenue en ligne

Les blogueurs africains se sont rencontrés virtuellement pour la sixième édition de leur conférence annuelle.

Les participants venus des 12 pays francophones et anglophones ont discuté entre autres de la situation politique au Cameroun et de l’importance du blogging alors que les espaces démocratiques rétrécissent.

Building Media Credibility and Trust in Africa

The media's credibility crisis in Africa

KAS Media Africa Director Christoph Plate moderated a conversation with Simon Allison, Africa Editor of Mail&Guardian and Editor of The Continent and Amanyehun R. Sisay, publisher of the Ethiopian Business Review about building media credibility and trust in Africa.

Health Journalism in times of Covid-19

Assessing the quality of Health Journalism in Africa.

Health Journalism in times of Covid-19

Money Matters: Newsrooms, sustainability and opportunities during a time of Covid-19

Health Journalism in times of Covid-19

Access to medicines and treatment during Covid-19 and beyond

Africa and Australia and Chinese Soft Power

Virtual conference by KAS Media Africa and the Judith Neilson Institute

Adapt or Die

Innovating in what’s left of the South African media industry