Tanzanian government explains why it arrested Kenyan journalist

Tuko.co.ke News ☛ Tanzania spokesperson has come out to clear the air over the arrest of Kenyan journalist Muthoki Mumo and her South Africa counterpart Angela Quintal. According to the authorities, the duo had not complied with immigration laws.

Tanzania returns S/African, Kenyan journalists' passports - Journal du Cameroun

CPJ calls on Tanzanian govt to halt crackdown on media

The call follows the detention of South African journalist Angela Quintal and her colleague Muthoki Mumo.

Tanzania released two staff members of the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) on Thursday, a day after they were detained and their passports(...)

Kenyan journalist, colleague released from detention in Tanzania - Citizentv.co.ke

Two Committee to Protect Journalists staffers have been released from detention in Tanzania and have left the country, the organization announced Thursday.

Tanzania reveals why it detained CPJ staff

Committee to Protect Journalists says Muthoki Mumo and Angela Quintal have safely left Tanzania after saga.

Read more about Tanzania: 2 journalists freed from detention on Business Standard. Two scribes from the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), an American-based independent non-profit organisation, were released from detention in Tanzania and have departed from the country.Angela Quintal and Muthoki Mumo, the two journalists,

Tanzania Releases 2 Detained Journalists — Leadership Newspaper

Tanzania Releases 2 Detained Journalists Tanzania released two staff members of the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) yesterday, a day after they were detained and their

Tanzanian authorities have freed two staff members of an international press watchdog who had been detained under unclear circumstances.

South African journalist Angela Quintal and her Kenyan colleague Muthoki Mumo have safely left Tanzania after being detained, says the Committee to Protect Journalists.

The two press advocates received their passports back and have now left Tanzania.

CPJ calls on Tanzania authorities to release staff Angela Quintal and Muthoki Mumo

New York, November 7, 2018--Authorities in Tanzania should immediately release Angela Quintal, Africa program coordinator at the Committee to Protect Journalists, and Muthoki Mumo, CPJ’s sub-Saharan Africa representative, and return their passports, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today....