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Rights group asks Ugandan President Musevini to safeguard freedom of expression

By Fabien Jannic-Cherbonnel

In this week's African Media, RFI takes a look at freedom of speech violations in Uganda.We will speak with a rights activist who signed a letter asking the Ugandan President to put an end to freedom of speech violations.

Also we will take a look at Burundi and Egypt where the authorities are cracking down on press freedom.

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Ethiopia is fighting the people, not a rebel group: Berhanu Nega on State of Emergency

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Refugee Radio, by and for refugees; Zambia Post newspaper seized by government

RFI Ghana correspondent wins US fellowship for data journalism project

South African translation app aims to bring communities together

In South Africa, Civics Academy talks to young people about democracy

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Girls' empowerment in Sierra Leone; media news from Congo and Uganda