Tag Archives: Modou S Joof

Gambia: Supreme Court Scraps Criminal Defamation, Upheld False Publication

9 May

Gambia’s President Adama Barrow got elected in 2016 on promises of press freedom, freedom of expression and respect for human rights, but after one year in office, his public ratings were low, especially on social media (Photo Credit: Modou S. Joof/TNBES/Feb 2017)

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4 May

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IFF2018: Experts Assess State of Internet Freedom in Africa

27 Apr

The Internet is rapidly changing every aspect of life in Africa, one expert says.

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AFRICA: Experts Call for Replication of Nigeria’s Digital Rights Bill

25 Apr

‘This would be seen as a challenge to other African countries. It would be great for Nigeria to set a good example in this area.’

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Abuja to host Africa at the 2018 Internet Freedom Forum

24 Apr

The forum comes at an important time when many Africans fear for their freedom online, Paradigm Initiative says.

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Gambia Alert: Authorities Shutdown Media Critical of New Government

14 Jun

Some local journalists concerned with press freedom argue that the move is an assault on the media and freedom of expression. The country’s first daily since 1992 is shutdown by Gambian authorities over non-payment of tax in the region of D17 million (Photo Credit: Access Gambia).

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Sanna Camara: Returning home was exciting and somewhat surreal for me

3 May

It was touching for me as a father and husband… These are moments you wouldn’t trade for anything in life, he says (Photo Credit: Facebook/Sanna Camara)

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