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Still time to enter Loeries
Still time to enter Loeries

click to enlargeThe deadline of 31 May 2010 for Loeries 2010 entries, other than 2010 FIFA World Cup entries, has been extended to 14 June 2010 but does carry a 5% late fee. This means that all work flighted between 1 June 2009 and 14 June 2010 is eligible for entry. World cup- related entries have...

Loeries: 5% discount for early bird entrants
Loeries: 5% discount for early bird entrants

The early bird deadline for entries into The 2010 Loerie Awards is 16 April 2010. Entries before this date will receive a 5% discount. The Loeries is open to work conceived and produced anywhere in Africa and the Middle East, including island states off the African coast like the Seychelles or...

Women photojournalists called to enter international competition

Since 2000, the Association des Femmes Journalistes and Canon France, in partnership with the international Visa pour l'Image festival, and with the support of Figaro magazine, have awarded an annual prize for women photojournalists. Women photojournalists worldwide are welcome to enter the...

African ICT Achievers Awards winners announced

Zambian Glory Mushinge of the Media ICT Network for Development (MIND) walked away with the Excellence in ICT Journalism in Africa award at the eighth Annual African ICT Achievers Awards held last week at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg. South African Vinny Lingham of IncuBeta received...

Journalists in exile

Over the past six years, the Committee to Protect Journalists has documented 243 cases of journalists who have been forced to flee their home country to avoid harassment and imprisonment. On average, three journalists a month make this escape, with less than 15% of them ever seeing home again....

Court sentences Ngady

On 2 April 2007, Michel Alkhaly Ngady, editor of Temps Nouveaux, was sentenced to two months' imprisonment and fined 300 000 CFA francs (US$636) on charges of "resistance and disobedience to public authorities and contempt for the laws". This is the ruling of a criminal court in Bangui, Central...

Editor Michel Ngady charged with "obstruction"

Editor and media activist, Michel Alkhaly Ngady, has been charged with "obstruction of the law and the institutions of the Republic" for his critism of the Central African Republic's High Council of Communication's appointment of new members who did not meet its own standards for membership. Ngady,...

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