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ANC welcomes Court dismissal of media’s case against Mbete
ANC welcomes Court dismissal of media’s case against Mbete
The Western Cape High Court’s decision to dismiss a case against Speaker of the National Assembly Baleka Mbete regarding interruption of the...
Court dismisses bid for uninterrupted Parliament feed
Court dismisses bid for uninterrupted Parliament feed
The high court in the Western Cape on Tuesday dismissed an urgent interim application for an order enforcing uninterrupted audio and a...
Pistorius, witnesses' evidence not to be broadcast
Pistorius, witnesses' evidence not to be broadcast
Media houses got the nod on Tuesday for full audio and partial television broadcasts of the murder trial of Paralympian Oscar Pistorius.
For one night only - Gautrain to operate until after midnight
For one night only - Gautrain to operate until after midnight
Johannesburg party goers will be afforded the opportunity to enjoy themselves until the early hours of the morning without having to worry about...
A 'new wave' of companies could list on JSE, says Goldman Sachs
A 'new wave' of companies could list on JSE, says Goldman Sachs
Goldman Sachs Group, which was the top underwriter of initial public offerings (IPOs) last year, expects new listings in South Africa to jump for...
EWN claims Abarder 'absconded' to Cape Times post
EWN claims Abarder 'absconded' to Cape Times post
EyeWitness News (EWN) on Monday added to the intrigue surrounding the ousting of Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois, saying her replacement...
Primedia sues over bid railroading
Primedia sues over bid railroading
Advertising giant ­Pri­media is suing the state-owned ­Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) over the "arbitrary,...
South Africa’s (political) media landscape
South Africa’s (political) media landscape
Although a number of smaller and independently-owned titles have a disproportionately large influence on news and opinion in South Africa, four...
SA journalist released from Israeli house arrest
SA journalist released from Israeli house arrest
South African broadcast journalist Mark Klusener, who was arrested for allegedly operating a pirate radio station, was released from house arrest...
SA journalist under house arrest in Israel
SA journalist under house arrest in Israel
South African journalist Mark Klusener was ordered to pay 25 000 shekels (about R53 700) and placed under house arrest by a court in...
FBJ chief rubbishes SAHRC findings
FBJ chief rubbishes SAHRC findings
Abbey Makoe, chairperson of the Forum of Black Journalists (FBJ), has lashed out at a South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) finding...

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