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06-Sep-2014 to 09:04

Community media heart of S/African gov’t - Minister

APA-Nelspruit (South Africa) — Community media is at the heart of the South African government’s new strategic approach of revolutionising the communication agenda in the country, Communications Minister Faith Muthambi said on Friday.

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06-Sep-2014 to 08:51

Nigerian press highlights mass military action against insurgents

APA-Abuja (Nigeria ) — The launch of air attacks and increase in ground troops to deter the advancing Boko Haram insurgents and also to push them out of the recently occupied towns was the major story in Nigerian newspapers on Saturday.

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06-Sep-2014 to 08:23

Sudanese media focuses on rebel’s agreement on political dialogue with gov’t

APA-Khartoum (Sudan) — The Sudanese newspapers on Saturday concentrated on the agreement signed between the rebels and the national dialogue delegation in which they agreed to adopt the political solution to the Sudanese crisis.

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05-Sep-2014 to 17:30

Nigerian media on campaign against insurgency, others

APA-Abuja (Nigeria) — The resolve by youths in embattled Borno State to storm Sambisa forest to fight the insurgents, military action against Boko Haram and the suspension of doctors over malpractices were the main stories in Friday’s editions of Nigerian newspapers.

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05-Sep-2014 to 14:50

Rawlings court case, confusion at GFA dominate Ghanaian media

APA-Accra (Ghana) — Most of the Ghanaian newspapers were on Friday awash with the news that former President Jerry John Rawlings is opting for out of court settlement in a case he filed at the Accra Fast Track High Court to restrain a book yet to be launched, while the Ghanaian Times used its back page for the confusion that erupted at the Ghana Football Association press conference on Thursday.

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05-Sep-2014 to 14:26

Zambian broadcasting regulator seeks protection for radio stations

APA-Lusaka (Zambia) — The Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) has written to Zambia Police asking for protection for all radio stations across the country in view of increased incidents of attacks from political activists.

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05-Sep-2014 to 11:56

Namibian press zooms on archaic colonial laws

APA-Windhoek (Namibia) — – The Namibian press on Friday zoomed on a move to scrap colonial laws in the country’s statute books, arrest of university pro-vice chancellor, and the extradition of a paedophile suspect to India.

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