The print media in Africa as a whole
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- Salim Urges PANA To Expose African
- PANA, 31 July 2000. OAU Secretary General Salim Ahmed
Salim Monday challenged PANA to use its newly acquired
modern communication technology to enhance the
communication capability of the African region and help
explain the process towards the African Union.
- Online Newspapers Can Play Important Role
in African Conflicts
- By Linda Kruusmagi and Sara Herlitz, East Cape
News, 15 September 2000. Online newspapers and
other publications could play an important role in
spreading non-censured information from African conflict
areas, said Sierra Leone editor Kingsley Lington at the
Highway Africa 2000 Conference.
- Media Activists Launch Pan-African
- By Justin Arenstein, African Eye News Service (South
Africa), 28 September 2000. The World Association of
Newspapers (WAN) and Reporters Sans Frontieres (RSF),
launched a new pan-African e-mail exchange network to
support press freedom and build stronger independent media
on the continent.
- African Media Accused of Being Too
- By Nasilimika Sanga, Tomric News Agency (Dar es
Salaam), 9 April 2001. The accusation was raised by a
two-man team from a Libya-based political and cultural
movement, which is touring East Africa to campaign for
grass-root participation in the envisaged United States of
Africa. They have accused African media for failing to
play key role for their continent.