February 13, 2019
Faith Nozizwe Mathole
In Africa radio remains a cutting-edge medium that holds its own even when media is diversifying fast and new digital platforms are replacing old, traditional and trusted mediums.
The medium, often referred to as the theatre of the mind, is largely successful because th...
September 8, 2018
Low literacy rates in sub-Saharan African countries makes it difficult for people to access media and influences how they receive and react to news.
Sub-Saharan Africa and Southern Asia have the lowest adult literacy rates with the 2017 UNESCO Institute of Statistics Fa...
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