Media24 says killing off a rival in the Free State using predatory price-cutting wasn't its main goal.
The outcome of MoneyWeb's plagiarism case against Media24 will be a turning point for media houses and news aggregators in South Africa.
The New Age, ANN7, and now new owners at the Independent Group. SA's media landscape is changing - and this is why it matters.
The acquisition of Mvelaphanda's shares has led to speculation about a revival of merger plans.
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.
Two newspapers want President Jacob Zuma to withdraw three damages claims of R5-million each against them, their lawyer Willem de Klerk has said.
Historically, South Africa's airwaves have been under democratic control. Now they are being captured by big business.
The strict conditions applied to Media24's acquisition of The Witness by the Competition Tribunal reinforces concerns about the deal.
Media24's proposed purchase of KwaZulu-Natal's The Witness is being scrutinised for anticompetitive effects by the Competition Commission.
But the trade union federation stops short of calling for a mandatory media tribunal.
Competition regulators are gearing up to investigate allegations of collusion in the newspaper printing industry.
Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir is gathering material for his pending application to be granted asylum as a "political refugee".
Media houses will hear on Thursday if it will be granted access to the murder trial of right-winger Eugene Terre'Blanche
Rapport newspaper said on Wednesday it was satisfied with an out-of-court settlement reached with African National Congress president Jacob Zuma over a defamation and injuria claim. "I'm satisfied," was all Rapport editor Tim du Plessis wanted to say on hearing the news of the settlement on Wednesday.
Boekehuis has recently been threatened with closure by it Media24. M&G speaks to Mark Gevisser about what makes Boekehuis different from other bookshops.