The Seychelles Nation is a daily newspaper in the Seychelles. It is now considered to be the national newspaper of Seychelles and is published from Mondays to Saturdays by the National Information Services Agency (NISA). The Seychelles Nation covers national, regional, sports and international news. It is the government’s mouthpiece as it carries reports on all government related issues. It has 20 colored pages on weekdays and the Weekend Nation, as it is called on Saturdays, has 24 pages. The new director and editor of Seychelles Nation is Mr. Robert Andre, who is also the most senior journalist among the staff.
The Seychelles Weekly was revived by Mr. Patrick Bonnelame in early 2002 to provide its readership in both Seychelles and abroad with diverse views on the general political, economic and social situation in the country. The present Editor, Mr. Ralph Volcere joined the paper in June, 2002. He contributed various articles in addition to a weekly column.
SAHealthInfo is a South African government-initiated project. During the period 1999-2001 it received funding from the Innovation Fund, administered by the Department of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology. It subsequently received financial backing by the South African Medical Research Council (MRC).
Health Systems Trust (HST) is a dynamic not-for-profit organisation (NPO) established in 1992 to support the transformation of the health system in a new democratic South Africa. Subscribing to a primary health care approach, HST actively supports current and future development of a comprehensive health system, through strategies designed to promote equity and efficiency in health and health care delivery in southern Africa.
Health-e is an award-winning news agency that produces news and in-depth analysis for the print and electronic media.
Our particular focus is HIV/AIDS, public health and issues regarding health policy and practice in South Africa. We provide print features for newspapers and magazines, broadcast packages for national and community radio stations and TV documentaries broadcasted on SABC, E-TV and M-Net.
The Libya Herald is an English-language newspaper based in Tripoli, Libya. It was launched on 17 February 2012, the first anniversary of the outbreak of the Libyan civil war, and currently publishes news through its website, though plans are in place to launch a print edition in the near future. The Libya Herald was the initiative of Michel Cousins, a British journalist raised in Libya who has worked in the Arab world for much of his career. Cousins co-founded the paper together with Sami Zaptia, a Libyan journalist who worked for the state-owned Tripoli Post for ten years but resigned upon the outbreak of the Libyan civil war, frustrated at the Gaddafi regime's strict censorship. Until January 2013, the paper's deputy editor was George Grant, a British journalist who also worked as Libya correspondent for The Times newspaper. Grant was subsequently forced to leave Libya following an abduction threat from suspected Islamists in Benghazi following an investigation he was conducting into a death list in the city.
The Tripoli Post first appeared in 1999. It is meant to be a newspaper of substance. Its objective is to communicate Libya’s news and views to the rest of the world.
The Tripoli Post and The Tripoli Post Online focuses on serving readers by making information available with regard to Libya’s politics, business, culture, sports, history and the country’s dynamic growing population. This is in addition to covering world events.
The Tripoli Post is about men, women, youth, children and the elderly. It is about business, arts, theater, products, inventions, education, health and the environment.
It holds high the principles of social and ethical responsibility. By doing so, it contributes to the efforts of promoting a better, prosperous and peaceful world.