China has banned 120 singalong songs that are deemed immoral, to mixed responses from the public.
The mainland's control of bookshops and media outlets has led to soft censorship and restrictions on what people can read in Hong Kong.
User-generated content can be both a media boon and a minefield, with hoaxes and propaganda competing with bona fide eyewitness accounts.
The African Creative Economy Conference that takes place in Morocco this week will shine a spotlight on the role of artists as agents of change.
Following its refusal to print Dean Hutton's “full frontal nudes”, Remata has denied the genderqueer artist's “censorship” accusations.
Sources from the SABC say they were instructed to cut away during a live broadcast, when Jacob Zuma was being booed during Nelson Mandela's memorial.
The Right2Know Campaign will organise a protest at the SABC's Johannesburg offices over the cancelling of current affairs talk show "The Big Debate".
Media organisations will not publish anything from Tanzania's information department in protest of three local newspapers being banned.
The SABC censored Workers and Socialist Party spokesperson Liv Shange because she is anti-ANC, alleges the party.
Artist Ayanda Mabulu talks about the controversy surrounding his painting after it was removed and then reinstated at the Jo'burg Art Fair.
The redeeming factor of the Jo'burg Art Fair was seeing one artist stand up for another, writes Percy Zvomuya.
The 'patriotic' culture war being waged by the government may force the closure of one of Hungary's leading arts academies
Zambia's police have charged a journalist with having porn on his computer in an apparent crackdown on media critical of the state, says his lawyer.
The outcry over the banning of the film "Of Good Report" has left the Film and Publication Board fighting to defend its decision.
The opening film of the Durban International Film Festival, "Of Good Report", has been effectively banned by the Film and Publication Board.
Jia Zhangke challenges his compatriots’ deeply ingrained reluctance to speak about injustice and uses his films to feature them.
Instead of banning the diary from schools, as Gail Horalek would like, we should teach girls not to be ashamed of their bodies.
Burma's first sex education magazine has got the usually demure nation hot under the collar as it explores new-found cultural freedom.
A Chinese newspaper at the centre of public protests about government censorship will publish as usual following reports of a deal to end the row.