Carlos Cardoso: Telling the Truth in Mozambique
On 22 November 2000 Carlos Cardoso, arguably the finest of post-independence Mozambican journalists, was assassinated in Maputo while investigating the theft of $14 million from the country's largest bank.
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Against all Orthodoxies
The Natural Order of Things
Revolution and Deportation
The New World is Already Being Built
Small Agency Big Ambitions
Let Them Come
The Reality is War the Media Talks of Peace
Under Fire from Friend and Foe
The Battle for Press Freedom
Building an Independent Media
Peace Demobilisation and Elections
The Battle for the Cashew Industry
The Split in Mediacoop
Together for the City
Me? Arrested in Mozambique?
Best of Times Worst of Times?
Hope and Disillusion
The Freedom of the Wind
The Press in the Service of
Disaster at Mbuzini
Accident or Murder?
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