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I am so thrilled to be able to tell you that we have just launched Shutha.org a free resource for professional photographers in the Majority World aimed at ensuring they can compete in both local and international markets for photography. Being at the World Press Photo Awards Days here in Amsterdam where South African photographer, [...]

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I was down in Cape Town last month for the installation of “Twenty Ten on the Road” the exhibition from the Twenty Ten project. The Twenty Ten project has been a partnership between World Press Photo, FreeVoice, Africa Media Online and lokaalmondiaal and funded by the Dutch Postcode Lottery. The project enables over 120 journalists [...]

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Here is the third post featuring one of our print journalists in our series highlighting some of the content produced by individual members of the newly selected Dream Team. You can go directly to Africa Media Online to view the full articles and all images and gain publishing rights to them. The ‘Allstar’ and ‘Dream Team’ [...]

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Here is the second post featuring one of our print journalists in our series highlighting some of the content produced by individual members of the newly selected Dream Team. You can go directly to Africa Media Online to view the full articles and all images and gain publishing rights to them. The ‘Allstar’ and ‘Dream Team’ [...]

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Well the Ghana workshop was completed on Wednesday and everyone dispersed back to their countries all over Africa with World Press Photo, FreeVoice and lokaalmondiaal staff heading back to Europe. The productions from the “All Stars” in the Ghana workshop are being made available for sale online in the features area of Africa Media Online. [...]

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David Larsen in Accra, Ghana. Well Ghana won convincingly and what a colourful event it was! The celebration of winning over Sudan was heightened by Mali failing to win over Benin outright which pushed Ghana through to becoming the first African team, outside the host nation, South Africa, to qualify for the first African World [...]

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I am here in Accra with 11 print journalists from Cameroon, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe and 12 photojournalists from Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria and South Africa – 23 in all from 13 countries. We are using the 2010 Fifa World Cup qualifying clash between Ghana [...]

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