Roseleen Nzioka

Media practitioners in Africa have been challenged to help African governments in formulating a regulatory environment that is conducive to the establishment of indigenous media.

Speaking at a media session 22 January at the ongoing World Social Forum at Kasarani in Nairobi, the Director of Highway Africa News Agency (HANA), Chris Kabwato said there was urgent need to engage African governments in media best practices. This kind of dialogue with the government would enable indigenous more

The article ‘Social Movements Set to Assert Their Presence at WSF Nairobi 2007’ () by Onyango Oloo managed to capture all the salient points about the WSF. In a very subtle and diplomatic way he has said loudly what the WSF should not be. This article is a must read for all journalists, whether seasoned or not, in covering the WSF, for it explicitly highlights the who, why, what, where, when and how of the WSF leaving only the fleshing out to the journalists. I highly recommend this more