World Press Freedom and the rise and risks of African Journalism

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World Press Freedom Day was a chance to take stock of some of the continent's success stories. Namibia and the Seychelles are some of the rare african countries where most journalists are women. Elsewhere the profession still poses life threatening risks. And they're calls for the government in Congo Brazzaville to do more to identify and support those suffering from mental illness. It's a neglected issue across the continent and the fall out can have devastating consequences. And we head to Benin to hear from some of the companies prioritising the environmental and social well-being of their employees and customers over profit.

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