Created in April 2011, SaharaTV is the broadcast outlet of Sahara Reporters, the groundbreaking online news medium commonly referred to as the "Wikileaks of Africa." A fiercely independent media enterprise, SaharaTV is an advocacy and watchdog journalism outlet for the free and unfettered exchange of thought and opinion with the goal of advancing a progressive generation of Africans and people of African descent who are fully informed about their government and the political forces that determine their future; and are prepared to act in the pursuit of justice and human rights. Please visit www.saharareporters.tv
About Sahara Reporters-- "Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers."
Sahara Reporters is an online community of international reporters and social advocates dedicated to bringing you commentaries, features, news reports from a Nigerian-African perspective. A unique organization, founded in the spirit of Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, comprising of ordinary people with an overriding commitment to seeking the truth and publishing it without fear or favor. Because its core members are unapologetic practitioners of advocacy journalism, Sahara Reporters also serves as an umbrella outlet for objective, verifiable and accurate news and untainted social commentaries for anyone wishing to exercise their freedom of speach in the public interest and common good. Please visit www.saharareporters.com
Through the website, SaharaReporters.com and our Livestream broadcast, SaharaTV, we have built a public platform for the free and fearless exchange of thoughts and opinions with the goal of advancing a movement of Africans and people of African descent who can determine their future with dignity and respect.
Created in April 2011, SaharaTV is the broadcast outlet of Sahara Reporters, the groundbreaking online news medium commonly referred to as the "Wikileaks of Africa." A fiercely independent media enterprise, SaharaTV is an advocacy and…