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A Response to the CBC Fifth Estate Program

mark-kelley of the fifth estate
Why the fifth estate’s program about Nevsun and Eritrea should serve as an embarrassment to the so called “investigative journalism”

Obituary – The Death of Journalism

By Araia G. Ephrem,

Dear Mark Kelly and the Fifth Estate:

I watched The Fifth Estate presentation titled “Dealing with a Dictator” aired on February 12, 2016. Obviously, you are a new add to Fifth Estate and it shows you have a lot of learning ahead of you.

I am writing my observation to you and CBC Fifth Estate who produced the piece. I will not try to defend Eritrea, because Eritrea’s formidable track records are intact and doesn’t need any defense. Do you know why? Because Eritrea staunchly and adamantly stays off the “Food Aid” and follows “self-reliance” as a principle of pragmatic governance. Continue reading A Response to the CBC Fifth Estate Program

CBC’s the Fifth Estate Propaganda on Eritrea

CBC’s the fifth estate special program on Eritrea is nothing but a politically induced, deceptive and filthy propaganda.

By Guest Writer,

Why the biased Fifth Estate Canadian CBC program chose this particular time to broadcast its propaganda of defaming Nevsun Resources Ltd and the Eritrean government?

Nevsun has been operating Bisha mine, which is a modern Gold/Cooper/Zink mine in Eritrea, for the last five years. Nevsun has been vindicated by external independent experts who investigated if there were any human right abuses or practices which may not meet international standards. Continue reading CBC’s the Fifth Estate Propaganda on Eritrea