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Changing the Narrative about African Diaspora Media Users from an Afrokological Standpoint

In his talk to the African Intercultural Philosophy network (OZSW), held on the 2nd of September 2022, at the Vrije Universiteit in the Netherlands, Winston Mano introduced Afrokology (Mano […]

12 September 2022
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Winston Mano to join Mozilla project that will create a mobile phone app for Kenyan farmers

CAMRI’s Winston Mano and his international team of researchers are among the eight projects each awarded USD $50,000 by Mozilla to leverage the Kiswahili language and voice technology for […]

12 September 2022
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What does Afrokology bring to media and communication studies?

CAMRI’s Winston Mano addressed the question of what does Afrokology bring to media and communication studies? as part of his participation in the Gender and Diversity Office Round Table […]

12 September 2022
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Can conversational commerce catch on globally? – Winston Mano speaks to Vogue

  Winston Mano has spoken to Vogue about conversational commerce in Africa. Conversation commerce happens at the intersection between messaging apps and shopping, with text based conversations being used […]

12 September 2022
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Peter Cunliffe-Jones speaks to SABC about tackling misinformation in the media space

This year’s World Press Freedom Day theme was “Information as a Public Good.” It recognised the globe’s fast-changing communications systems that impact democracies, human rights and even our health. […]

12 September 2022
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Winston Mano interviewed by the SABC News’ The Globe programme about the significance of World Press Freedom Day

  Democracy and development on the African continent require open media that allow the public to freely send and receive information, regardless of the caveats on public order and […]

12 September 2022
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Winston Mano speaks to Democracy Paradox about African Politics and Social Media

Recent events in the United States have shown how even the most established democracies have much to learn about democracy. But Winston Mano does not like to talk about […]

12 September 2022
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Call for Editorial Board Members – The Journal of African Media Studies

The Journal of African Media Studies (JAMS) is seeking expressions of interest from media and communication research professionals to join our Editorial Board. The opportunity will allow you to […]

12 September 2022
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Winston Mano speaks to Sky News on Zimbabwe’s economic reforms

CAMRI’s Winston Mano, Director of the Africa Media Centre, was last week interviewed by Sky News on the worsening economic situation in Zimbabwe. Following this year’s July 30 national […]

12 September 2022
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Call for Chapter Proposals: Media Ownership in Africa: Control, Challenges & Change

Who owns the media in Africa? Does the old adage “He who pays the piper calls the tune” apply in Africa today when describing ownership and control of media, […]

12 September 2022
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