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SAIIA Newsletter vol. 5, no. 4, 1973

This newsletter contains five articles and several brief reports. Lucy Mvubelo’s article describes the 1973 International Labour Conference and the South African labour question, discussing the foundation of the ILO, its campaign against South Afri…

Crisis Communication: Radio Tops Zimbabweans' News Sources - Except for ' Other People'

In a crisis, the ability to disseminate information rapidly and effectively can be a matter of life and death. During the COVID-19 pandemic, accurate, timely, and trusted information about the number of cases, ways to prevent infection, government c…

Poursuite des Cours par Télévision, Radio, et Internet Pendant Traintes au Togo

The English title of this publication is: Continuation of courses by television, radio, and Internet during the COVID-19 pandemic: Assets and constraints in Togo. To avoid an exponential spread of coronavirus disease on the African continent, most …

Sulh-Alheri Ne: Replacing Evil with Something Better: Promoting Alternative Peacebuilding Narratives

The Sulhu Radio Program forms part of the Centre for Democracy and Development's (CDD) efforts to promote initiatives that resolve unaddressed grievances, support forgiveness, healing, reconciliation, and reintegration at the community level across …

Ethiopians Support Media's Watchdog Role but want Regulated Access to Internet, Social Media

Free and independent media is still a new phenomenon in Ethiopia. Although the downfall of the military regime in May 1991 triggered an unprecedented proliferation of print media, it didn’t last long. Draconian media laws promulgated by the Federal …

Les Sénégalais Souhaitent un Accès sans Restriction aux Réseaux Sociaux, Mais Déplorent les Fausses Informations et les Discours de Haine / Senegalese want Unrestricted Access to Social Networks, but Deplore False Information and Hate Speech

For democracy advocates, the press is the most indispensable and formidable non-governmental institution. According to them, access to information is crucial to enable citizens to inform themselves about economic, political and social news in order …

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