Newswriting and Reporting for Africa is an output of years of experience as a Journalist, Public Relations Practitioner and Lecturer in Polytechnic and University spanning over 15 years. The book is designed for those who are already in practice and those who will venture into journalism in this era of new multimedia atmosphere. The book explores linkages between print, precision journalism writing styles; and integrates legal and ethical requirements into the practice. Newswriting and Reporting for Africa seeks to develop professional attitudes and skills that reporters need in Nigeria and other African countries where competition for the readers’ attention is growing and readers becoming highly sophisticated. Responding to these complexities, the book is structured in 11 chapters containing: the fundamental concepts and nature of print media; primary function of a newsman which is to gather materials of news facts for news writing; modus operandi of news gathering; challenges of modern news writing styles;and basic steps, structures and materials that guide Journalists to write good news stories consistently and successfully.