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Right2Know: Secrecy Bill remains draconian, flawed
Right2Know: Secrecy Bill remains draconian, flawed
Organisations opposed to the Protection of State Information Bill have vowed to continue resisting the contentious draft legislation.
UN review lashes SA over secrecy Bill
UN review lashes SA over secrecy Bill
South Africa found itself on the receiving end of significant international condemnation, during a UN review of its human rights record this week.
MPs' input on Secrecy Bill spurned
MPs' input on Secrecy Bill spurned
The state security department is standing firm on the public interest clause in the Protection of State Information Bill, writes Kwanele Sosibo.
Israel offers learning curve on secrecy Bill
Israel offers learning curve on secrecy Bill
The National Council of Provinces could learn a few things from events in Israel as it finalises changes to the Protection of State Information Bill.
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.
DA: Secrecy Bill will imprison our minds
DA: Secrecy Bill will imprison our minds
Speaking out against the planned Protection of State Information Bill the DA has said the Bill will rob South Africans of the freedom they had won.
Secrecy Bill breakthrough as ANC agrees to major changes
Secrecy Bill breakthrough as ANC agrees to major changes
The ANC has bowed to pressure on the Protection of State Information Bill, proposing much greater protection for journalists and whistle-blowers.
Secrecy Bill: Real light at end of the tunnel
Secrecy Bill: Real light at end of the tunnel
There are still snags in the current secrecy Bill which need to be overcome before the messy democratic success is turned into good law.
Secrecy Bill a threat to freedom, says Nadine Gordimer
Secrecy Bill a threat to freedom, says Nadine Gordimer
Nobel prize winning author Nadine Gordimer has condemned the Protection of State Information Bill, calling it a threat to freedom in South Africa.
Watchdog urged to sniff around secrecy Bill adverts again
Watchdog urged to sniff around secrecy Bill adverts again
The ASA has declined to probe the government's adverts about the secrecy Bill, but the DA's Lindiwe Mazibuko is trying to get it to change its mind.
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