The fact that Charlie Hebdo won't make cartoons about the Holocaust nor would an American director joke about the assassination of his President shows that as sacred as freedom of expression may be it still has its limits.
- Thursday, 08 January 2015 14:07
- Nicholas Norbrook
We, the staff of The Africa Report, stand with our fallen colleagues, their friends and families - all those affected by the attack in the offices of Charlie Hebdo: Ahmed, Elsa, Franck, Frédéric, Michel, Mustapha, Honoré, Tignous, Bernard, Charb, Wolinski, Cabu.
- Monday, 05 January 2015 15:19
- Sarah Bracking
In the midst of a gripping electricity shortage, South Africa's power utility appears at a loss on how to handle the crisis. The company's utopian view of South African society, which is glaringly obvious in its media communications, comes at the expense of the very people it is targeting. Writes Sarah Bracking.