05-Aug-2019 to 18:27

Tanzanian prosecutors charge detained journo with economic crimes

APA-Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) — Prosecutors in Tanzania today charged freelance journalist Erick Kabendera with money laundering, tax evasion, and assisting an organized crime racket, according to a copy of the charge sheet.

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05-Aug-2019 to 09:51

Liberian newspapers headline by-elections, hajj

APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — Results of the Senatorial and Representative by-elections and Liberian Muslims departing for Mecca for the annual Pilgrimage dominate the headlines in the Monday, August 5 editions of Liberian newspapers.

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05-Aug-2019 to 08:41

Sierra Leone papers dominated by reports of flooding

APA -Freetown (Sierra Leone) — The week's flooding in the Sierra Leonean capital, Freetown dominates Monday's edition of the papers.

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30-Jul-2019 to 09:16

Arrest sparks safety concerns for Tanzanian reporter

APA-Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) — The Committee to Protect Journalists has expressed concern for the safety of investigative reporter Erick Kabendera after he was forcefully removed from his home on Monday.

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25-Jul-2019 to 08:29

Liberian newspapers headline upcoming independence anniversary, FIFA ban on CAF...

APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — The expected arrival of presidents of neighboring countries for the independence anniversary celebration on Friday, July 26,and FIFA banning CAF Executive Committee Member Musa Bility For Ten Years dominate the headlines in the Thursday, July 25 editions of Liberian newspapers.

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18-Jul-2019 to 16:23

Ghana print media struggles as online news platforms multiply

APA-Cape Coast (Ghana) — The circulation of the print media houses in Ghana has dwindled as a result of readers resorting to reading from various online news platforms.

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18-Jul-2019 to 14:44

Senegal print media: Cashing in on team's AFCON exploits

APA-Dakar (Senegal) By Abdourahmane Diallo — The Africa Cup of Nations, the continent’s premier football showpiece, has long been seen as an opportunity for Senegal’s print media, especially those specialising in sport, to reboot economically, depending on the fortunes of the national team.

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