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Jan 13, 2021  |  Google News Initiative Commits US$3 Million To Fight Vaccine Mis-information

With the world still taken aback and grappling with the effects global pandemic called COVID-19, there has been a great concern of misinformation that has been peddled online and various media outlets about the virus and the vaccine.   On ...


Jan 12, 2021  |  Nigeria: Industry Body Calls For Suspension Of NIN Registrations, Due To Covid-19 Concerns

The leadership of the Association of Telephone, Cable TV and Internet Subscribers (ATCIS) have raised concern over the possible safety hazard of the National Identification Number (NIN) enrolment. They have called for a suspension of the system, due to its ...


Oct 26, 2020  |  BMA's View: Destruction Of Media Houses And Attack On Reporters Not The Answer

The past few weeks have been trying times in Nigeria, and for its people and citizens. Nigerian's have taken to the street to protest the 'incessant' and 'excessive' police brutality. According to Amnesty International, not less than 38 people lost ...


Jul 30, 2020  |  New Covid-19 Relief Fund For SA Film And Television Launched, Netflix Promises US$480K.

In South Africa, the South African Screen Federation (SASFED) is organising the set-up of a relief fund to help the local film and television industry that is all but being battered by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.   Working in collaboration ...


South Africa: Kagiso Media To Donate US$50K For Hunger Relief

In South Africa, the owners of Kagiso Media have pledged just over 50 thousand US dollars (1million ZAR) to support the feeding programmes in the Gauteng and Kwa-Zulu Natal regions of the country.   Kagiso Media will use its Jacaranda ...

Defeating Coronavirus: Managing Physical Restrictions - Factors To Consider

In this challenging time, all parts of society - including broadcasters - need to observe physical restrictions and practice social distancing to help in the fight against the coronavirus! While Broadcast Media Africa hopes that the COVID-19 threat to Africa ...