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Beyond Nairobi: A Magazine for the Rest of Kenya

Posted by: admin on Wed, 2011-11-02 09:48

Reject Magazine reports on topics and regions neglected by the
mainstream Kenyan press.  Recent awards recognize how the publication
fills a void in the country’s media landscape. More from Dinfin Mulupi.

Reject Magazine reports on topics and regions neglected by the mainstream Kenyan press.  Recent awards recognize how the publication fills a void in the country’s media landscape. More from Dinfin Mulupi.

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Zimbabwe: New Dailies Launch, Usher in New Era for Print Media

Posted by: admin on Mon, 2010-06-14 09:35

Tawanda Karombotawakarombo@yahoo.co.ukHarare--The range of print news sources for Zimbabweans is finally expanding.   Newsday, one of five independent newspapers recently granted licenses by the Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC), has begun circulating. A second, The Daily News, is set to hit the streets in August. Zimbabweans are getting their first taste of an independent daily newspaper after seven years of firm state control by the government of President Robert Mugabe. There has been no word yet about the three other registered papers – The Daily Gazette, The Mail and The Worker. Newsday, which hit the streets on Monday 7 June, is published by Alpha Media Holdings (AMH), owned by South Africa-based media mogul Trevor Ncube.

Tawanda Karombo

tawakarombo@yahoo.co.uk

Harare
--The range of print news sources for Zimbabweans is finally expanding.   Newsday, one of five independent newspapers recently granted licenses by the Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC), has begun circulating. A second, The Daily News, is set to hit the streets in August. Zimbabweans are getting their first taste of an independent daily newspaper after seven years of firm state control by the government of President Robert Mugabe.