Nigeria: Journalists Detained for Two Days

Leadership newspaper reporters Tony Amokeodo and Chibuzor Ukaibe were released at around 5 p.m. yesterday after being held in an Abuja police station for (...)

| April 2013 | 1617 views

South Sudan: Opinion Writer Gunned Down

Reporters Without Borders is deeply saddened to learn that Diing Chan Awuol, a leading columnist and critic of South Sudan’s government, was gunned down (...)

| December 2012 | 2174 views

Mogadishu: Radio Somaliwyn Manager Gunned Down

Reporters Without Borders is stunned to learn that Abukar Hassan Mohamoud (photo), the manager of Mogadishu-based radio Somaliweyn, was shot dead outside (...)

| March 2012 | 3245 views

SLAJ ends training for 100 journalists

The Sierra Leone Association of journalists has ended four 2-day training programmes for 100 journalists throughout the country with funds totalling Le 65 (...)

| July 2011 | 2163 views

Cote d’Ivoire: Press in turmoil after Gbagbo fall

Reporters Without Borders is disturbed by developments in Côte d’Ivoire, where a month after Laurent Gbagbo’s fall, a question mark hangs over press freedom. Newspap

| May 2011 | 1449 views

Concerns over SLAJ’s biennial conference

By Mustapha Sesay, Outgoing National Secretary General. I wish to draw the attention of the general membership of SLAJ and the public that serious (...)

| March 2011 | 1146 views

SLAJ/SLPP investigation panel

Sierra Leone Association of Journalists 1st Floor, 56 Campbell Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone P.M.B. 724, Website:; Email: (...)

| November 2010 | 1253 views

Uganda: Second journalist murdered in three days

Reporters Without Borders is deeply shocked and saddened to learn that Dickson Ssentongo, a news presenter on Prime Radio, a Seventh Day Adventist station (...)

| September 2010 | 1059 views