Africa

Publications

Pathways to Media Reform in Sub‑Saharan Africa: Reflec...

In July 2017, a group of 36 experts in media and governance from 15 countries in sub-Saharan Africa met in Durban, South Africa, to discuss strategies for confronting the growing challenges to media pluralism in the region. Facilitated by DW Akademie and CIMA, the participants...

Championing Press Freedom: African Journalists Push Back...

As part of its observation of World Press Freedom Day, the Center for International Media Assistance is pleased to release Championing Press Freedom: African Journalists Push Back Against Repression, by veteran media consultant and Africa expert Mary Myers. When many people th...

Africa's Media Boom: The Role of International Aid

This year, 2014, marks 25 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the symbolic end of the Cold War in 1989. It also marks the anniversary of the beginning of an extraordinary proliferation of media outlets in sub-Saharan Africa, which swept across the continent, freeing Afric...

South Africa's Media 20 Years After Apartheid

CIMA announces the release of its most recent report, South Africa’s Media 20 Years After Apartheid, by Libby Lloyd, a journalist and researcher on freedom of expression and media policy in South Africa. The report traces how in the post-1994 democratic era South Africa’s new...