For the first time, online and social media texts are being regulated alongside printed material
Lobby groups succeeded in appeals to have interviews for the new inspector general of intelligence post to be open to the public.
Neither the market nor the ruling party can be entrusted with the task – so leave it to the youth.
The Johannesburg high court has found that disclosing the locations of 200 key points would not, as the state said, prejudice national security.
A group of organisations calling for the Sereti inquiry's disbanding said a commission statement labelling them 'foot soldiers' was racist.
Restricting journalists is just one of the ways in which governments try to restrict the rights of their citizenry.
SA's nascent secrecy and clampdowns are part of a global trend towards Big Brotherhood.
The Movement for Transformation in Media has called for an investigation into transformation at the Times Media Group, saying it is racially biased.
A transformation group interrupted an R2K protest against the axing of Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois, calling for an end to racism in media houses.
The Office of the ANC Chief Whip has welcomed the approval of a report adopting the legislation for the Protection of State Information Bill.
The Right2Know Campaign intends challenging the Protection of State Information Bill in the ConCourt should it be signed into law in its present form.
The parliamentary committee processing the Protection of Information Bill has finalised its work and adopted the final report.
Public hearings on the secrecy Bill is your last chance to make your voice heard.
Activists have accused police of assaulting and laying false charges against UPM's Ayanda Kota in retaliation for his anti-government stance.
The National Assembly voted in the Protection of Information Bill on Tuesday with 229 votes.
Journalists, activists and citizens around SA have joined protests against the controversial secrecy Bill, which Parliament will vote on today.
Mass demonstrations against the Protection of Information Bill will be held today, as it is put to the vote in Parliament's National Assembly.
The National Assembly is expected to pass the controversial Protection of State Information Bill next week.
State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele says the new secrecy Bill is not targeting the country's free press despite fears by critics.