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Friday Olokor: An enigmatic journalist @ 50

Paul Obi 'He hath borne himself beyond the promise of his age, doing in the figure of a lamb, the feats of a Lion. He hath indeed, better bettered expectation than you must expect of me to tell you how.' - William Shakespeare in Much Ado About Nothing.   The golden age of 50

Lesson: Don’t touch a journalist

By Ikechukwu Obi I bet you, if the Saudis had foreseen the fall-out from this Jamal Khashoggi mystery hit, they would have thought twice before embarking on such murderous undertaking. It is interesting seeing how the disappearance of a dissident journalist in the Saudi embassy in Turkey has triggered a series of

Ayanda Ngwane: Journalist Turned Business Woman,  Bags Humanitarian Award

Editor's note: One of Africa’s journalist turned Businesswoman and humanitarian, Ms. Ayanda Ngwane, has bagged  Nigeria Goodwill Ambassadors Award 2018,  for selfless and positive contributions towards humanitarian services as well as building and fostering goodwill in Nigeria, writes Godsgift Onyedifu Ngwane, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Ayanda Media Networks

Africa: Where Journalists Are Killed With Impunity

Cape Town — Somalia has the world's worst record for solving the murders of journalists – and holds it for the third year running, says a new report. The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) says in its annual “global impunity index” that three African countries are among the 12 in which