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African newspapers can be anti-African too: what my research found

By Sisanda Nkoala, Senior Lecturer, Cape Peninsula University of Technology
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Following the recent outbreak of monkeypox in Europe and North America the international news media were accused of bias in their reporting. The accusation is that media outlets perpetuated negative stereotypes by, for example, portraying monkeypox as a disease that affects only African people, or people of African descent.

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