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Mozambique’s brutal war on free speech

This article was originally published on September 14, 2018 in South Africa’s Mail&Guardian newspaper. It has been republished here with permission and in its original form. Last month, the Mozambican government announced plans to impose hefty new fees on foreign correspondents working in the country, including a staggering $2500 (€2,149) for single trip accreditation. These prohibitively expensive […]

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Mozambique urged to toss ‘prohibitive’ fees for foreign media

The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists for press freedom, has joined a coalition of African and international journalism groups in urging the government of Mozambique to withdraw plans to charge foreign correspondents in the country exorbitant accreditation fees. The full statement in English and Portuguese follows. […]

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