The MFWA retraces the events leading to the killing of Ghanaian journalist Ahmed Suale.
The MFWA is asking for punitive measures to be taken against soldiers involved in assaulting Ghanaian journalist, Nicholas Morkah.
The MFWA believes the imposition of a soft fine on the assailants behind the destructive invasion of a television does not act as a deterrent.
An analysis of the attacks on media houses by the MFWA highlights the lack of punitive measures against attackers.
A mob allegedly affiliated to the ruling party storms the Accra-based television station UTV, during a live broadcast.
The ongoing legal persecution of journalist Noah Narh Dameh over his critical reportage has fateful impact on his health and wellbeing.
The lack of accountability in the death of Ahmed Hussein-Suale Divela is being seen as a marker of a broader pattern of impunity for crimes against journalists in Ghana.
Sulemana Braimah evaluates the critical role of the media through three decades of Ghana’s political history.
One of presidential candidate John Mahama’s electioneering campaign pledges is to speed up the investigation of the assassination of journalist Ahmed Suale.
The MFWA explores the reasons why Ghana has dropped on the RSF global press index.
Ghanaian media stakeholders together with the MFWA called on President Nana Akufo-Addo to annul sections of two laws that criminalise free expression.
Authorities detain Ghanaian journalist Noah Dameh instead of investigating his report on police brutality.
At a frank discussion on misinformation convened by Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) and partner, stakeholders take tough stance on political propaganda and regulation of social media platforms.
Not only does a Ghanian High Court judge dismiss a defamation suit filed by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, but he goes on to describe him as a “corrupt blackmailer”.