15 Dec 2012 14:22 - Sapa Sanef has expressed concern over government's failure to sign off on protocol regarding reporting on former president Nelson Mandela's health.
13 Mar 2012 16:42 - Staff Reporter The press ombudsman has lashed out at some media houses for ignoring complaints about published articles.
27 Jan 2012 00:00 - Glenda Daniels But the trade union federation stops short of calling for a mandatory media tribunal.
09 Nov 2011 20:02 - Staff Reporter Sanef and the Right2Know campaign have welcomed the possible inclusion of a public interest defence in the Protection of State Information Bill.
21 Oct 2011 00:00 - Glenda Daniels The cartoonist believes it is too prescriptive and ignores the creative freedom of artists.
16 Sep 2011 00:00 - Glynnis Underhill Sanef is among the key players not asked to attend parliamentary discussion on transformation.
04 Aug 2011 08:13 - Staff Reporter The Sowetan newspaper apologised to City Press editor Ferial Haffajee on Thursday for publishing an insulting column.
03 Aug 2011 19:50 - Staff Reporter Eric Miyeni has called for Avusa to fire its editor-in-chief after the Sowetan's acting editor quit over the column that got Miyeni fired.
02 Aug 2011 14:48 - Natasha Marrian Axed Sowetan columnist Eric Miyeni is considering taking legal action against the paper for sacking him over his column about Ferial Haffajee.
24 Jun 2011 00:00 - Glenda Daniels Sanef is setting up an "eminent persons' panel" to investigate ways to strengthen and reform the print media's self-regulation system.
21 Jun 2011 18:47 - Staff Reporter The SA National Editors' Forum's chair has laid the blame for the abysmal relationship between the media and the state squarely at Jimmy Manyi's feet.
21 Jun 2011 12:58 - Staff Reporter Sanef is to hold an urgent meeting to discuss a "deteriorating relationship" between itself and government communications head Jimmy Manyi.
23 Mar 2011 13:24 - Staff Reporter A photographer allegedly assaulted by VIP protection unit bodyguards in Durban on Wednesday said he was thinking about pressing charges.
04 Aug 2010 15:19 - Fienie Grobler As editors met on Wednesday to discuss the "horrors" of an ANC onslaught against media freedom, the Hawks arrested a Sunday Times journalist.
30 Jul 2010 15:44 - Staff Reporter A media tribunal would be an "imposition" on media freedom, press ombudsman Joe Thloloe warned on Friday.
02 Oct 2008 00:00 - Guy Berger Two strikingly different speeches -- one saying goodbye, and the other saying hello. Two moods and two different styles.
26 Jun 2008 07:26 - Staff Reporter Neo Muyanga, David Kau, Tholoana Qhobela, Gugu Msibi, Nkuli Mkhize, Mondli Makhanya, Khumo Seopela, William Davis, Fred Swaniker and more ...
22 Apr 2008 12:30 - Staff Reporter South Africa does not need the likes of sacked Sunday Times columnist David Bullard, Minister of Arts and Culture Pallo Jordan said on Tuesday. "He is the type of person South Africa does not need within its borders," he told a media briefing at Parliament.
18 Apr 2008 07:48 - Staff Reporter Controversial former Sunday Times columnist David Bullard has offered his "sincere and heartfelt apologies" to those who were offended by his now-discontinued satirical Out to Lunch column, saying he is "sorry to have caused so much offence".
17 Apr 2008 10:51 - Staff Reporter The South African Human Rights Commission is conducting an internal investigation into an incorrect media statement that said it would not pursue a complaint of racism against columnist David Bullard. "The official position of the commission has never been that we are not taking up the matter," said CEO Tseliso Thipanyane.