He’s a household name in Ghana, but few have seen his face. Investigative journalist Anas Aremewaw Anas is on a mission to ferret out corruption in every corner of his country. Despite his notoriety, Anas’ vigilante methods warrant criticism from some local police, who believe his investigations go too far in luring and catching suspected criminals to achieve sensationalist stories.
August kicks off our summer Change Season, with talks and screenings focusing on the people and events that are changing the world. The season begins with Goodbye Mubarak, a portrait of people in Egypt prior to protests that erupted on 25 January and resulted in the ousting of Hosni Mubarak. Our season of screenings goes […]
African journalist and film maker Sorious Samura will screen his latest film at the Frontline Club tonight and you can watch the live stream of the film and the discussion afterwards on our ustream channel. The event starts at 7.30pm UK time. There’s more information on the event here. How effective are foreign based charities […]
Former CNN and AP news correspondent Peter Arnett said the dominance and influence of the international media is waning during a speech in the Ghanain capital Accra this week, He challenged the media to endeavour to tell the people what they need to know but not what the international media say. ‘You must not look […]