COMMUNICATION | COMMUNICATION

24-Sep-2014 to 10:57

Nigerian press zooms on S/African seizure of US$9.3mn, fleeing insurgents

APA-Abuja (Nigeria) — The row generated in the House of Representatives at the plenary to discuss South Africa’s seizure of Nigeria’s controversial US$9.3 million was the main story in newspapers on Wednesday so also the arrest of fleeing members of Boko Haram.

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23-Sep-2014 to 20:21

Somalia: Abducted foreign journalist released

APA – Mogadishu (Somalia) — German-American journalist Michael Scott Moore, who was kidnapped by Somali pirates in the city of Galkayo in January 2012 has been freed, the Committee to Protect Journalists confirmed Tuesday.

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23-Sep-2014 to 11:27

Malian media to choose new members of regulatory body

APA-Bamako (Mali) – — Media professionals in Mali will on Wednesday elect their three representatives at the next High Authority of Communication (HAC) due to replace the current High Council of Communication (CSC).

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23-Sep-2014 to 10:56

Corruption, helicopter deal, killing of insurgent leader dominate Nigerian press

APA-Abuja (Nigeria) — The admittance of massive corruption in the judiciary, US blockage of Nigeria’s planned purchase of fighter helicopters from Israel, Muslims’ call for investigation into seized US$9.3 million in South Africa and controversy between Nigeria and Cameroon over the killing of suspected leader of Boko Haram, were the leading stories in Tuesday’s Nigerian newspapers.

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22-Sep-2014 to 14:28

Zambia govt expresses disappointment with use of social media

APA-Lusaka (Zambia) — The Zambian government has expressed disappointment at what it terms irresponsible use of social media networks that they allege is now doing more harm than good to the country.

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22-Sep-2014 to 12:39

Destruction of expired drugs, other stories dominate Malawi newspapers

APA-Lilongwe (Malawi) — Destruction of assorted medical drugs by the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) and the obtaining of an injunction by some businessmen to prevent the government from signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Mulanje Mountain Conservation Trust (MMCT) are some of the stories making headlines in Malawi newspapers on Monday.

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22-Sep-2014 to 11:07

Gas supply resumption and Nkrumah’s birthday headline Ghanaian press

APA-Accra (Ghana) — Resumption of gas supply from Nigeria, the closure of the food market at the University of Cape Coast and the 105th birthday celebrations of Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah are some of the top stories dominating the Ghanaian press on Monday.

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