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Turkish journalists and judges are in Erdogan’s cross-hairs, says journalist
Turkish journalists and judges are in Erdogan’s cross-hairs, says journalist
Turkish journalist Abdullah Bozkurt left his homeland after the increased crackdown on the free media following the coup attempt of July this year,...
​South Sudanese journalists face threats as political violence escalates
​South Sudanese journalists face threats as political violence escalates
Amid the return of conflict in South Sudan, media veteran and former BBC correspondent Alfred Taban was arrested on July 16 by National Security...
Gupta-owned ANN7 fires five more journalists
Gupta-owned ANN7 fires five more journalists
Gupta-owned television news station ANN7 fired five more journalists on Tuesday.
'US behind Eritrean exodus'
'US behind Eritrean exodus'
Eritrean President Isaias Afewerki has claimed the exodus of youth to Europe is a deliberate policy fomented by foreign powers to weaken the...
[Video]Makhanya: South Africa cannot survive without the M&G
[Video]Makhanya: South Africa cannot survive without the M&G
Former Mail & Guardian editor Mondli Makhanya highlights his biggest stories while at the helm, media freedom and the publication's role in SA.
[Video]Harber: The M&G is a troublemaker
[Video]Harber: The M&G is a troublemaker
M&G co-founder and former editor, Anton Harber, reflects on the challenges of starting the paper and the role it played in the country – then and now.
Renowned Angolan journalist sentenced on libel charge
Renowned Angolan journalist sentenced on libel charge
The internationally renowned Angolan investigative journalist Rafael Marques de Morais has been given a six-month suspended sentence after the Luanda...
'SA must act on Swazi rights crisis'
'SA must act on Swazi rights crisis'
Human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko has again rattled the Swaziland government – this time from jail after he wrote a letter that appears to have...
Letters to the editor: February 27 to March 5 2015
Letters to the editor: February 27 to March 5 2015
The recent media coverage of the State of the Nation address proves to us that when the chattering classes scrutinise their navels they lose touch...
Media houses to go to court over signal jamming
Media houses to go to court over signal jamming
South African media houses will urgently seek a court order preventing security agencies from blocking communication signals to interfere with...
[Video]Clampdown on Ethiopia's independent media
[Video]Clampdown on Ethiopia's independent media
The Ethiopian government’s systematic repression of independent media has created a bleak landscape for free expression ahead of their May elections.
Zille questions Surve on media 'standards'
Zille questions Surve on media 'standards'
Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille on Sunday questioned the independence of Independent Newspapers.

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