Business Report senior journalist Donwald Pressly will appeal his dismissal by Independent Newspapers for seeking political office with the DA.
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Senior editor Chris Whitfield's exit has been blamed on editorial interference by new Independent Newspapers masters under Iqbal Survé.
Sanef says there could be a link between the firing of a Cape Times editor and a report on Thuli Madonsela's findings about Tina Joemat-Pettersson.
Following the removal of Alide Dasnois as editor of the Cape Times, Gasant Abarder has returned to Independent Newspapers to head the publication.
Seasoned journalist Karima Brown has been appointed group executive editor of Independent Newspapers, confirmed chief executive Tony Howard.
South Africa's newest newspaper proprietor, Iqbal Survé, threatened to expose the Mail & Guardian – which he said might be "controlled by the CIA".
The Government Employees' Pension Fund is to acquire a 25% stake, worth about R500-million, in Independent News and Media SA, reports Business Day.
Patrice Motsepe is set to make a historic announcement - and speculation is rife it might be about the purchase of Independent Newspaper Group.
The media have gone straight to the top in its bid to gain access to the refugee status appeal hearing of Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir.
The Press Council's Ombudsman has reported to editors a 70% increase over the last three years in the number of complaints about newspaper reports.
The press ombud has distanced himself from a tiff between DA leader Helen Zille and Independent Newspapers over an ANC centenary celebration feature.
There's renewed focus on newspaper ownership by the ANC, even as they're becoming less hardline about the Media Appeals Tribunal and the Secrecy Bill.
The Sunday Independent was on Friday interdicted from publishing information on appointments in the crime intelligence division of the SAPS.
Journalists at the financially troubled media organisation Independent News and Media are clubbing together to buy a stake of its SA shares.
Self-regulation for newspapers ratcheted up a gear last week with the inaugural meeting of the Press Council in Johannesburg. But the African National Congress (ANC) is also notching up its own pressure on the press. Comprising a panel of citizens and journalists, the Press Council was launched earlier this year to beef up the existing ombudsman in handling complaints about coverage. The system is a kind of fifth estate to check on the fourth.
With impeccable timing, Jacob Zuma arrived in London exactly seven years after the charges of a "conspiracy to harm the president" laid against three of Thabo Mbeki's putative rivals in April 2001. Seven years on, the new ANC leadership -- including one of the alleged conspirator Mathews Phosa, as party treasurer -- was welcomed warmly in London.
The Ginwala inquiry has turned down a request for access to submissions on suspended National Director of Public Prosecutions Vusi Pikoli, the inquiry said on Wednesday. "I have declined a request from Independent Newspapers that I make all submissions made to the inquiry available to them," said a statement issued on behalf of inquiry leader Frene Ginwala.