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Burundi 

AFEX condemns the detention of journalist Sandra Muhoza

On April 14, 2024, journalist Sandra Muhoza with online media outlet La Nova Burundi was reportedly arrested by the police and later handed over...
Malawi 

MISA demands immediate release of arrested Malawian journalist

What happened MISA demands the immediate release of the Malawi journalist, Macmillan Mhone who was arrested on Monday 8 April 2024 over a story that...
Nigeria 

Nigeria: Judge Directs NGOs to put National Assembly ‘On Notice’ Over Anti-Social Media Bill

Originally issued by MRA on March 24, 2016 A Federal High Court in Lagos has directed that the National Assembly be “put on notice” before...
Uganda 

Ugandan Elections: Citizens’ Voices Muted

The African Freedom of Expression (AFEX) condemns the blockage of social media networks in Uganda by the Ugandan Communications Commission (UCC). The government announced on...

Leading African Freedom of Expression Organisations to Engage Stakeholders on Internet Rights and Freedoms Issues

Twenty-three (23) individuals representing 19 of the most prominent freedom of expression organisations in Africa, have been equipped with knowledge, skills and strategies needed...

AFRICAN FREE EXPRESSION ORGANISATIONS TO GATHER IN ACCRA FOR DIGITAL RIGHTS TRAINING

Leading freedom of expression organisations from across Africa are meeting in Accra, Ghana, for a two-day capacity building workshop on January 23-24, 2016. The two-day...
Zambia 

MISA Zambia commemorates first ‘Online Media Week’

It was a week of intense activity between August 31 and September 4, 2015, when MISA Zambia commemorated its inaugural Online Media Week. The...
Zambia 

‘Online media can contribute to citizen participation, good governance’

MISA Zambia wishes to note that online media have great potential of contributing to citizen participation and good governance in Zambia through instant, on...