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Democracies die in data darkness

Democracies die in data darkness

Journalism is in the frontline when it comes to keeping governments and business honest, a vital platform in exposing corruption and malfeasance before it can irreversibly rot the health of political systems and civil...

A poor prognosis, with some cause for hope

A poor prognosis, with some cause for hope

Abuja Declaration: broken promises African nations have largely defaulted on a 2001 pledge to commit at least 15% of their annual budgets to healthcare Africa has so far seen controversial and even dramatic policy...

This is your time

This is your time

Media: women in the news Although there are still relatively few women occupying leadership positions in African media organisations, that is changing in countries like Nigeria and Kenya Africa has a perennially poor...

The enemy within

The enemy within

Nigeria: repressive government vs recalcitrant journalists The Buhari regime’s efforts to muzzle the press threaten to set Nigerian democracy back by decades I was in Lagos chewing roasted corn a little past 6pm one...