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Parliamentary offensive against freedom of information

Reporters Without Borders is very worried by parliament’s adoption on 31 October of a bill amending the Information and Communication Act that (...)

Published on 6 November 2013 Read


Editor of controversial news blog reported missing

Reporters Without Borders is concerned about the disappearance of Dickson Bogonko Bosire, the editor of the Jackal News blog, since 18 September, (...)

Published on 15 October 2013 Read


Freelance journalist murdered in southwest

Reporters Without Borders is shocked by the murder of Francis Kainda Nyaruri, a freelance journalist based in the southwestern town of Nyamira, (...)

Published on 2 February 2009 Read


President deals major blow to press freedom

Reporters Without Borders is stunned to learn that President Mwai Kibaki signed the Kenya Communications (Amendment) Bill 2008 into law today. (...)

Published on 2 January 2009 Read


Parliament close to adopting draconian media bill

Reporters Without Borders believes that a proposed new media law currently before Kenya’s parliament would, if adopted, represent a big step (...)

Published on 4 December 2008 Read


Ex-journalist finally freed on bail

Reporters Without Borders is relieved to learn that former journalist Andrew Mwangura, the Seafarers Assistance Programme’s representative in (...)

Published on 10 October 2008 Read


President rejects media law as threat to press freedom

Reporters Without Borders hails President Mwai Kibaki refusal yesterday to sign a media bill into law on the grounds that a last-minute amendment (...)

Published on 23 August 2007 Read


Government orders state sector to withdraw advertising from Standard Group media

Reporters Without Borders today condemned a government decision to withhold state advertising from the Standard Group media, which include The (...)

Published on 19 April 2007 Read

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