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Secrecy Bill U-turn ruined by bad drafting
Secrecy Bill U-turn ruined by bad drafting
Small changes to the wording of the concession on the public interest defence would fix defects on the Secrecy Bill, writes Stefaans Brmmer.
SA has shown it can walk a fine line between opposites
SA has shown it can walk a fine line between opposites
It's an equation that the world's democracies know to be true, open governments, open economies and open societies flourish, writes Donald Gips
Ruling protecting media sources long overdue
Ruling protecting media sources long overdue
The South Gauteng High Court recently handed down a judgment that has profound implications for media freedom, Dario Milo & Pamela Stein report.
SACP: Secrecy Bill protesters 'are out to weaken SA'
SACP: Secrecy Bill protesters 'are out to weaken SA'
Protesters against the Protection of State Information Bill are out to weaken and undermine state security, says the SACP in Gauteng.
Story killer: Secrecy Bill's hypothetical body count
Story killer: Secrecy Bill's hypothetical body count
We look at what sort of stories would never have made it to print had the Protection of State Information Bill been enacted into law at the time.
Black Tuesday protesters decry secrecy Bill
Black Tuesday protesters decry secrecy Bill
Journalists, activists and citizens around SA have joined protests against the controversial secrecy Bill, which Parliament will vote on today.
The right side of hope
The right side of hope
The controversy around Black Tuesday reminds Verashni Pillay why we do what we do.
Hundreds lash out at secrecy Bill
Hundreds lash out at secrecy Bill
South African politicians joined hundreds of people who marched outside Parliament to protest against the controversial secrecy Bill.
'Intrinsic link between free speech and democracy'
'Intrinsic link between free speech and democracy'
Former Constitutional Court Judge, Kate O'Regan talks about free speech.
Deconstructing press freedom
Deconstructing press freedom
Now is the time for journalists to act, writes Glenda Daniels.

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