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• Somalia: Islamist militia takes over Horn Afrik and GBC radios
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• Nigeria becomes Africa’s biggest mobile telecom market
• Black Women Ignored by Mainstream Media
• New Zimbabwe policies: "Vulgar" editor gets the boot
• Gambian journalists living in fear under reign of terror
• No news from Nigerian anti-president blogger since arrest
• Botswana President accused of anti media sentiments
• Ban on Nigerian television channel lifted
• US film-maker accused of espionage still being held in Nigeria
• Military colonel openly threatens to kill journalist
• Canadian author sued by ex international goalie over false allegations
• Mauritanian junta soliciting popularity pledges public media pluralism
• Rupert Murdoch and Fox News now Obama allies ?
• Has Kenya really moved on after election fiasco ?
• Ghanaian journalist held hostage for prying into traditional chief’s sexual affairs
• Founder of Windhoek Observer, Hannes Smith, dies at 75
• Young people arrested over facebook affair could be charged with attempt to topple gov’t
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• Cameroon : Ban on radio stations lifted but only just ...