Cote d’Ivoire’s Week of Terror

Reporters Without Borders is outraged at the way journalists were treated when demonstrators claiming to support President Laurent Gbagbo seized control of (...)

| January 2006 | 25218 views

Senegal: New Press Bill Condemned

Condemning a broadcasting bill passed by Senegal’s national assembly on 21 December as "poorly drafted, ambiguous, unfair and repressive," Reporters Without (...)

| January 2006 | 1075 views

RSF’s Message to President Yaya Jammeh

GAMBIA "Each passing day just adds to the outcry," one year after Deyda Hydara’s murder Reporters Without Borders has issued a new appeal to President (...)

| December 2005 | 1461 views

Journalists Killed in 2005

CPJ research indicates that the following individuals have been killed in 2004 because of their work as journalists. They either died in the line of duty (...)

| November 2005 | 2608 views

Free At Last: Paul Kamara Is Free!

While progressive journalists everywhere celebrate the release of our brother in the struggle, Paul Kamara, we at the Patriotic Vanguard would like to (...)

by Gibril Koroma | November 2005 | 1346 views

Sierra Leonean Journalist Wins Award

Claudia Anthony, one of the few female Sierra Leonean journalists to have made a name in print journalism is among a number of courageous journalists that (...)

| November 2005 | 1186 views

2005: Attacks on the Press in Sierra Leone

JANUARY 14, 2005 Posted: January 27, 2005 Philip Neville, The Standard Times Unissa Bangura, The Standard Times The Standard Times HARASSED (...)

| November 2005 | 907 views

Kudos to SLAJ

The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) has been tormented over the years by a multitude of problems from bad leadership to corruption, (...)

| September 2005 | 885 views

Ivorian Journalist in Grave Danger

Life is not easy for African journalists but journalists in Cote d’Ivoire are some of the most persecuted and traumatised on the continent.This report from (...)

| August 2005 | 757 views