Category : Africa
Editorial: Talking shop
The number of people listening to radio stations is on the rise, and with the arrival of podcasting this old form of media is having a rebirth.
Swaziland: On trial for criticising the judicial system
Human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko and journalist and editor Bheki Makhubu return to court today facing charges of "scandalising the judiciary" and "contempt of court" for writing about corruption and lack of impartiality, writes Gia Armstrong
Zambia: How much can a new constitution really change?
After countless missed deadlines, Zambia is finally making progress towards a new constitution. But real change will require more than just a piece of paper. Paul Carlucci of Think Africa Press reports on the progress
Sudan: Sound and fury
From the magazine: The Bishop of Bradford Nick Baines discusses the persecution of Christians in Sudan at a time when minorities are feeling the heavy hand of a leader intent on silencing them