A coalition of global unions, representing nearly 21 million workers worldwide, is launching a campaign today to save print journalism. UNI Global...

The staff of the Al-Rai al-Aam newspaper, suspended by the Sudanese authorities in January 2020, are protesting against the newspaper's suspension and...

Le Secrétaire général du Syndicat des professionnels de l’information et de la communication du Sénégal (SYNPICS), Bamba Kassé, a reçu des menaces de...

Police arrested Somali radio journalists Khadar Awl Ismail and Abdiqani Ahmed Mohamed on 6 September for reporting the rape and murder of a woman. The...

The Somali government has passed an amend of Somalia's Media Law that fails to comply with international standards on press freedom and freedom of...

The offices of Canal de Mocambique were attacked and set alight by unknown individuals around 8:00 pm on Sunday, 23 August, burning office equipment,...

Leaders of the global trade union movement have called on the Sudanese government to immediately halt the forced dissolution of trade unions and...

The Eswatini Communications Commission has been accused of continously rejecting community radio stations' applications for temporary broadcasting...

A Harare court banned prominent lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa from defending journalist Hopewell Chin’ono, ruling she was in contempt of court. The...

The Sudanese authorities have issued an arrest warrant for Al Sadig Al Rezegy President of Sudanese Journalists Union following their decision to...

More than 100 workers employed by the Tayba media group are to lose their jobs by the end of August following a decision of the government-appointed...

Unidentified men dressed in military uniform and armed with automatic weapons invaded the studios of Capital FM, 107 .7 in the Bilitar District of...

The office of Les Echos newspaper in Dakar was attacked and vandalized by elements of the Moustarchidine Wal Moustarchidati movement on Monday, August...

The Kenya Union of Journalists has started legal action against Mediamax for the unfair dismissal of its journalists via a midnight text message and...

Journalists in Namibia have hit out at employers and politicians for muzzling the media and in defence of “the right to ask difficult questions”.

The Sierra Leone Parliament has unanimously repealed on 23 July its criminal libel law. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) joins its...