A look at press freedom in Africa in a year hit by government restrictions

 In tonight's edition: In one of the worst attacks on civilians in Burkina Faso's history, local security forces say 30 people are dead after suspected jihadists stormed a village near the border with Niger. Also, as journalists and organisations around the globe mark World Press Freedom Day, we take a look at the state of press freedom in Africa and how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted it. Finally, a South African winery is promoting equality and trying to fix the damage left behind by apartheid by helping its workers acquire some of the wine label's shares.

Source: https://www.france24.com/en/tv-shows/eye-on-africa/20210503-press-freedom-in-africa-in-a-year-hit-by-government-restrictions-eye-on-africa


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