Hammerl’s Killing: SA Govt’s Naiveté, Rise of Mediaphobia in Africa

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SA’s award-winning photographer Anton Hammerl suffered and died alone – just like scores of journalists silenced in various parts of Africa for simply telling the truth.

Gaddafi loyalists’ savage act and cover-up, coupled with the South African government’s much-criticised handling of the issue, epitomise the rise of mediaphobia in a continent ridden with dictators and illegitimate governments.

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