Claire Price is the chair of Fair Observer. She is a video journalist and media trainer, with nearly two decades of experience at the BBC and Agence France-Presse (AFP). Prior to going solo, Claire worked as AFP’s Africa editor for the agency’s video service, where she commissioned, coordinated and directed coverage of breaking news in sub-Saharan Africa. As editor, she trained and supported AFP's entire network of video journalists across the African continent. Before becoming the Africa editor, Claire worked as a video correspondent in London, Paris and Johannesburg, where she covered the death of Nelson Mandela and the trial of Oscar Pistorius. She now runs Sequentially, a video production company based in London. Recent projects include setting up an in-house studio for a leading public relations firm and shooting news stories for a financial news publication. Claire studied modern history at Magdalen College, Oxford University before completing a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism.
British inventor Patrick Racz won a lawsuit against Apple in 2013. The company had apparently stolen technology invented by Racz. Since then, Apple has won in higher courts but Racz is appealing against their decisions and still fighting for justice.
In this edition of The Interview, Professor Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò argues that Africans are authors of their own script. To plot Africa’s entire current realities on the sole axis of colonialism is just plain wrong.
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