Finally, our highly anticipated book has been launched! It was launched last night at a ceremony in Windhoek to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Namibia National Commission for UNESCO. The book brings together 23 editors and academics who discuss all partinent past, present and future issues around the media on the African continent in vivid colours.
My chapter is on “The viability of media and their role in the production and sharing of Information in Africa” reflects on the turmoil the media industry is facing in the most recent times.
Thanks to UNESCO especially Professor Guy Berger; Elizabeth Mule and her colleagues at the Editor’s Forum of Namibia as well as the Namibian Government for brings these vital perspectives especially the Declarations (Windhoek +30) to light.