By Kristine Pearson and Sava Tatić

Mockup of Radio Voice Bank platform

Access to information is a basic human right, yet in many parts of the world, realisation of this right is hindered by a lack of technology, social constraints, poverty, or a combination of the three. Nowhere is this truer than in sub-Saharan Africa.


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Making the business case for an open-source CMS

At this point in its evolution, the technology advantages of open-source over proprietary software for most organisations are well known. They include:

  1. Reliability of a continuously reviewed product
  2. Flexibility of being able to adapt code to…
To say 2020 was challenging is an understatement, especially for the news industry. But the year was not without its bright spots.

The rescue of AAP

In March, it was announced that AAP, the Australian Associated Press, which had served Australia for 85 years, would be shut down by its shareholders. …


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