OP-ED: SABC Television is unfixable – so we shouldn’t tryOP-ED: SABC Television is unfixable – so we shouldn’t try

Photo Supplied There is a widespread misapprehension that with the appointment of a new board late in 2017 together with the appointment of new executive management to replace (and there is no kinder way of saying this) the clown show under Hlaudi Motsoeneng, the SABC could somehow be fixed. Well, it can’t, and we should... Read More

🇪🇺 EU policies to blame for higher number of deaths at sea: Amnesty | Al Jazeera English

A report by Amnesty International says over 700 refugees and migrants died crossing the Mediterranean Sea in June and July this year. This is an increase over the same period last year, despite a drop in the number of people attempting the perilous journey. Al Jazeera’s Sonia Gallego reports. – Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe... Read More

Tencent’s shares down as China declines new game

Tencent’s shares down as China declines new game

FILE PHOTO: A Tencent sign is seen during the fourth World Internet Conference in Wuzhen. (Reuters) INTERNATIONAL – Tencent Holdings Ltd saw its shares tumble on Tuesday amid concern of a hit to the Chinese technology firm’s gaming revenue after regulators blocked the sale of one of its blockbuster titles. Analysts had expected “Monster Hunter: World”,... Read More

Nigeria:Civic Groups, Media Advocates, Nigerians Condemn Arrest of Premium Times Journalist

Nigeria:Civic Groups, Media Advocates, Nigerians Condemn Arrest of Premium Times Journalist

By Ebuka Onyeji Local and international media rights advocates have criticised the police over the arrest and detention of PREMIUM TIMES’ security sector reporter, Samuel Ogundipe, on Tuesday. Two other PREMIUM TIMES’ journalists, editor-in-chief Musikilu Mojeed and education correspondent, Azeezat Adedigba, were also briefly detained by the operatives of the police Special Anti-robbery Squad (SARS).... Read More