Tag: Journalists

Ivory Coast: Proposed Law on Electronic Communications Raises Concerns Among Journalists

Ivorian journalists, particularly those involved in investigative reporting, are expressing deep concern

Soukaina Sghir Soukaina Sghir

Journalists in Togo Targeted by Pegasus Spyware, Reveals RSF

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has uncovered evidence of cyber-espionage using the Pegasus

Soukaina Sghir Soukaina Sghir

Journalists Released, But Union Leader Arrested Amidst Press Freedom Concerns in Guinea

In a recent development in Guinea, a group of journalists who were

Soukaina Sghir Soukaina Sghir

Journalists Arrested and Subsequently Released During Protest Against Media Censorship in Guinea

Media professionals faced obstacles in staging a planned protest on Thursday, January

Soukaina Sghir Soukaina Sghir

DRC.. Journalists and Intellectuals Advocate for the Release of Stanis Bujakera in Tribune

For the past four months, Stanis Bujakera, the deputy editor-in-chief of the

Soukaina Sghir Soukaina Sghir

Comorian Journalists Seek to Establish Healthcare Mutual Fund

In a bid to address the challenging living conditions and inadequate healthcare

Soukaina Sghir Soukaina Sghir

Journalists Detained During Guinea Protest Amid Press Freedom Concerns

Thirteen journalists in Guinea were briefly detained after being arrested during a

Soukaina Sghir Soukaina Sghir

Niger: the Press House Warns of “Growing Insecurity” for Journalists

In Niger, Ibrahim Harouna, president of the Press House, is sounding the

Soukaina Sghir Soukaina Sghir

Protecting Journalists Investigating Environmental Crimes in Africa

Journalists wondered how to expose environmental crimes while protecting themselves, particularly on

Soukaina Sghir Soukaina Sghir

Cameroon: After the Murder of a Journalist in Bamenda, the Profession Denounces “Impunity”

A journalist was killed on Sunday, May 7th in Bamenda, a city

Soukaina Sghir Soukaina Sghir