First Fake WikiLeaks Documents Fan Fire Between Pakistan and India
It’s not enough that WikiLeaks is hated by most international governments, now it’s faced with fake documents being released from fake sources on its behalf. Political relations are getting interesting.Digital Terrestrial Television Standards Still Undecided
Digital terrestrial television (DTT) is coming to South Africa, soon. But the powers that be have yet to decide on which standard to use. Will it be the European or Japanese-Brazilian hybrid?African Media Freedom a Reality
The African media landscape is growing in leaps and bounds, with an increasing focus on objective reporting and press freedom. Funding remains something of an issue, but plans are in place to address the shortcomings.‘WikiLeaks’ – The Journalists’ Tool to A More Concise World
On 28th November 2010 it started publishing the largest set of confidential documents of the United States embassy cables and the important revealing documents gave people an unprecedented insight to US government and foreign activities. All the important information that is revealed through WikiLeaks is archived so that the general public can easily access it. This was all done to protect the infrastructure of WikiLeaks as it was attacked.Igbo: I Go Before Others – A Divine Mandate
The name a person bears often tells more about that person than what he/she claims to be. There is power in the name we bear as individuals, or as a group. Today, most people try to change their names to something better, which will actually speak well of them, or reflect what they believe for themselves, both now and in the future. The name “Igbo” which I see today as an acronym of “I Go Before Others” is a challenge to the Igbo people with the position of leadership. This tells us that the Igbo who are presently living in Nigeria are actually a ruling class, and this leadership quality is a mandate from God.