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Muslims in Seychelles - A Historical Appraisal of their Legacy

Muslims in Seychelles succinctly portrays the consolidation of Islam in Seychelles and how Islam has managed to become vibrant in a country which is predominantly Christian...

Issued by Regent Business School 20 Feb 2017

NY Times teams with Spotify for music-news offering

NEW YORK - The New York Times said on Wednesday it had teamed up with the online service Spotify in bid to lure subscribers with a "news and music experience"...

9 Feb 2017

Ringier launches Business Insider Sub Saharan Africa

Business Insider will cover business news, enterprise, finance, politics, and technology from across the continent and beyond…

24 Jan 2017

News portal telling Africa's story launches in Ghana

Readers can access a new Africa news portal via their mobile phones, tablets and desktops with 24/7 news services…

10 Jan 2017

African Factbook project aims to publish info on Africa

AUC signs MOU with Book of African Records for The African Factbook project - containing useful facts about Africa and the African peoples ...

20 Dec 2016

Promoting a general history of Africa

Launched in 1964, the elaboration of the eight volumes of the General History of Africa has mobilised more than 230 historians and specialists for more than 35 years...

14 Dec 2016

#INMAAfrica: How mobile fits into the publishing puzzle

"We're a print publication, we don't need mobile." While this may be true for now, current trends indicate that you can't afford to keep your head in the sand about the changing publishing model a moment longer, particularly in Africa...

By Leigh Andrews 15 Nov 2016

#INMAAfrica: Digital doesn't trump print... yet.

Speakers at the first day of the INMA Global Media Summit Africa were that rare mix of funny, knowledgeable and approachable. Here are some of my favourite moments from the day, all highlighting the fact that we need not panic and become 'jack-of-all-trades' publishers...

By Leigh Andrews 14 Nov 2016

Five key shifts shaping Africa's entertainment and media industry

The internet, video games, television, and filmed entertainment segments of sub-Saharan Africa's entertainment and media industry are projected to continue to show growth up to 2020...

26 Sep 2016

African multi-platform content network launched

Iroko plans to build a pan-African and diaspora influencer network for digital content creation, distribution and monetisation...

12 Sep 2016

Launch of 2016 Haller Prize for development journalism

The Haller Prize for development journalism is now open for entries for the 2016 awards...

12 Jul 2016

World News Media Congress comes to Africa

The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) will hold its 69th World News Media Congress, 24th World Editors Forum, and 27th World Advertising Forum in Durban, South Africa, in 2017...

5 Jul 2016

Humanitarian media journal for Africa

Perspective Publications has launched the first in a global series of quarterly journals covering humanitarian-related news on issues impacting the continent of Africa...

29 Jun 2016

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