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Every issue of The African Voice newspaper brings you features stories, columns, news briefs, profiles, sports and much more. We print the news that affects you and the community from domestic to international and everything in between.

The African Voice is a development education newspaper set up in Ireland in June 2007 to give voice to issues affecting the African continent and Africans in the Diaspora.

Through painstaking research and unswerving devotion to the tenets of good and responsible journalism, it produces news and information on the processes, challenges and rewards of development projects in Africa.

It is the goal of African Voice to publish critical but balanced reports about Africa and Africans in order to counter the often imbalanced and negative portrayal in western media. The African Voice also aims to provide a platform for African immigrants in Ireland to contribute to public discourse, especially on issues that affect them.

It publishes news and information aimed at educating African immigrants about Ireland and the majority Irish society about Africa and Africans.The African Voice Newspaper is bi-weekly circulated all over Ireland, especially in major cities and town. The readership of the newspaper includes African immigrants and members of mainstream Irish society.


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