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New press standards should inspire journalists to excellence
New press standards should inspire journalists to excellence
No pun necessarily intended, although there are more severe punishments in store now for transgressors.
BC parties want free press
BC parties want free press
When the Socialist Party of Azania's (Sopa) president, Tiyani Lybon Mabasa, got up to speak at the Press Freedom Commission hearings in Braamfontein last week, he prefaced his words along the lines of "It's been a long time since you last saw us in the press and it's not a...
Black Tuesday: Test of SA's democratic principles
Black Tuesday: Test of SA's democratic principles
Editors of newspapers across the country have joined their voices to warn against the passing of the secrecy Bill today, which would "mark the...
Media to march against secrecy Bill vote
Media to march against secrecy Bill vote
The South African media are set for mass protest on Tuesday as the controversial Protection of Information Bill (POIB) is put to a vote in...
Media freedom faces other threats, says Sanef
Media freedom faces other threats, says Sanef
It is unlikely that the media will ever be gagged again as they were by the apartheid regime, SA National Editors' Forum (Sanef) chairperson Mondli...
Broader public called to comment
Broader public called to comment
The head of the newly formed Press Freedom Commission (PFC), former chief justice Pius Langa, has invited the full gamut of grassroots organisations, including stokvels, clubs, sports organisations, entertainment bodies, labour unions and spiritual and political formations, to voice...
Asmal sounds self-censorship warning
Asmal sounds self-censorship warning
The media's self-regulation should not turn into self-censorship, African National Congress (ANC) veteran Kader Asmal said on Tuesday.

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