Debate Intensifies over Adjustment amd Press Freedom in Mozambique

Hanlon, Joseph (2002). Debate Intensifies over Adjustment amd Press Freedom in Mozambique. Review of African Political Economy, 29(91) pp. 113–116.

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Abstract

A criminal slander action brought by the son of the president of Mozambique against a journalist and the children of an assassinated editor have brought to the surface debates on race, development strategy and the role of the press. These are taking place in the shadow of Zimbabwe and in the context of international donors wanting to give more money to Mozambique because it is seen as a success story of World Bank and IMF policies.

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