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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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Killing Soccer in Africa

The Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR) produced some excellent trans-national investigative reporting regarding football in Africa and exposed rampant corruption in the administration of football in all 8 of the African countries where the investigation was carried out. As we look back on a successful hosting of the FIFA World Cup in Africa in [...]

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via allafrica.com One of the Internet’s largest public content sites and the most popular Africa information destination on the web, allafrica.com  averages some two million visits and five million page impressions each month. This reach will certainly play a most important role in distributing the content of the Twenty Ten project far and wide – [...]

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I appreciated the boldness and honesty of Onyango-Obbo’s blog on Kenya’s Daily Nation‘site. The article – read it in full below – was shared with me by one of the Twenty Ten Allstar journalists, and it certainly does go a long way to articulating why our coverage of this World Cup is quite so important: [...]

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How exciting to launch a book of African journalism in the Amsterdam Arena. Africa United: The road to Twenty Ten showcases some of the best work that has come out of the Twenty Ten project so far, so it was certainly a milestone in the project for all of us. Edited by Stefan Verwer, Marc Broere [...]

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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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Here is the first post featuring some of our print journalists, the previous four entries featured the works of photo-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 [...]

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Here is the fourth post 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’ journalists of the Twenty Ten Project [...]

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Here is the third post 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’ journalists of the Twenty Ten Project [...]

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