Sudan: A Year Of War

Togolese Authorities Release Journalist Apollinaire Mewenemesse With Conditions

Togolese authorities released journalist Apollinaire Mewenemesse on April 9 under judicial supervision. (Photo: Courtesy of Ricardo Agouzou)

Dakar, April 10, 2024 — The Committee to Protect Journalists welcomes the release of journalist and La Dépêche publishing director Apollinaire Mewenemesse and calls for Togolese aut ... Read more

CPJ Welcomes South Africa’s Abolition Of Criminal Defamation, Calls For Further Legal Reforms

On April 3, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, seen here addressing the Cape Town Press Club in February, signed the Judicial Matters Amendment Act (2023), which includes a provision repealing “the common law relating to the crime of defamation.

Lusaka, April 10, 2024 – The Committee to Protect Journalists on Wednesday welcomed South African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s signing into law a bill that abolishes criminal defamation, an ... Read more

Over 63 Million Additional Shares Listed On NGX By VFD Group

Nonso Okpala (Director/CEO of VFD Group)

VFD Group has announced an additional 63,342,455 ordinary shares of 50 kobo each per share on the Daily Official List of the Nigerian Exchange Limited. This was disclosed by the NGX in its weekly m ... Read more

Togo Journalist Apollinaire Mewenemesse Detained For Defamation

Togolese journalist Apollinaire Mewenemesse was charged with numerous defamation, incitement, and anti-state offenses on March 28, 2024. (Photo: Courtesy of Ricardo Agouzou)

Dakar, April 1, 2024—Togolese authorities must release journalist Apollinaire Mewenemesse, drop all legal proceedings against him, and reform the country’s laws to prevent journalists from ... Read more

NUP Leaders Should Help Museveni Release Their Supporters In Prison

When you want to bring back your supporters, especially those wrongfully arrested and where the rule of law and court system is not straightforward, it is better to negotiate a prisoner release. Peopl ... Read more

Six Kenyans Killed In Somalia In Suspected Al Shabaab Attack

Six Kenyans have been killed in Dhobley, Somalia by suspected Al Shabaab militants, Liboi Deputy County Commissioner Ali Manduku has confirmed. Mr Manduku said the six are from the Meru region in K ... Read more

Over 63 Million Additional Shares L

Nonso Okpala (Director/CEO of VFD Group)

VFD Group has announced an additional 63,342,455 ordinary shares of 50 kobo each ...
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Togolese Authorities Release Journa

Togolese authorities released journalist Apollinaire Mewenemesse on April 9 under judicial supervision. (Photo: Courtesy of Ricardo Agouzou)

Dakar, April 10, 2024 — The Committee to Protect Journalists welcomes the ...
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CPJ Welcomes South Africa’s Aboliti

On April 3, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, seen here addressing the Cape Town Press Club in February, signed the Judicial Matters Amendment Act (2023), which includes a provision repealing “the common law relating to the crime of defamation.

Lusaka, April 10, 2024 – The Committee to Protect Journalists on Wednesday ...
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Sudan: A Year Of War

A grim anniversary looms in Sudan, where war rages and the prospect of famine h ...
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