Story by: Mary Ayim-Segbefia Just reporting the news is no longer enough. In order to get original stories , there must be time and resources committed to the cause. However, this is not the case in Africa. The safety of investigative journalists in Africa  while they do their work as well...
Story by: Mohammed Khadija The government of Ghana has called on countries to embrace freedom of the press in order to make their countries stronger. Speaking on behalf of President Nana Akufo Addo Dankwa, the information minister Mustapha Hamid said the media is key to checking government and putting them on...
The first plenary session at the World Press Freedom Day tackled the state of journalism 27 years after the Windhoek Declaration was signed. Listen to the panel of distinguished panelists from media giants around the world as they discuss the definition of journalism, the effects of censorship, the harassment of...
The 2018 edition of the UNESCO Youth Newsroom has started with vibrant young journalists from about nine countries across the world. The Youth Newsroom has been reporting activities of the 25th World Press Freedom Day celebrations from Kempinski Hotel, Gold Coast City, Accra in Ghana. Here's a podcast of expectations...

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