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Trends on the African media scene a decade after the Windhoek Declaration by S. T. Kwame Boafo, Chief, Executive Office, Communication and Information Sector, unesco introductionTrends on the African media scene a decade after the Windhoek Declaration by S. T. Kwame Boafo, Chief, Executive Office, Communication and Information Sector, unesco introduction
S. T. Kwame Boafo, Chief, Executive Office, Communication and Information Sector, unesco
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Documenting Censorship: Case Stories from South Africa Archie L dick, University of PretoriaDocumenting Censorship: Case Stories from South Africa Archie L dick, University of Pretoria
Significantly’, he says, ‘it was the most brutal methods of the South African police state such as detention, torture, and assassination that were best recorded’
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Issn 1727-3781 2007 volume 10 No 1 stop the press: why censorship has made headline news (again)Issn 1727-3781 2007 volume 10 No 1 stop the press: why censorship has made headline news (again)
People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use
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