PRESS FREEDOM

Media must be for public good

The media has also had its fair share of attack and threats from non-state actors

In Summary

• While media houses rake in millions in profits, they do little to motivate and support the journalists who toil to get them the stories they sell.

• Lack of continued journalism education has also meant that the sector has been infiltrated by quacks

This week, the world celebrated the international day in support of media freedom.

The day is marked on May 3, every year in recognition of the Fourth Estate and journalists from all walks of ...

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