The Western Cape High Court has dismissed the case from a media group against Speaker Baleka Mbete regarding Parliament’s broadcasting policy.
"... That will never happen again and we did not know about it and we are condemning it," the president said, adding that it was "uncalled for".
South African media houses will go to court to prevent any future attempts to unlawfully block communication signals during parliamentary sessions.
Sanef says it has condemned the "harassment"of a journalist by police guarding President Jacob Zuma while he was conducting an election campaign.
Three editors' forums have criticised the arbitrary arrests of Swazi magazine editor Bhekithemba Makhubu and human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko.
The South African National Editors' Forum has expressed its sadness over the death of journalist and former editor Gavin Stewart.
The SA National Editors Forum has recommended that a journalist who appears on a political party's official list of candidates should resign.
The surprise briefing called by President Jacob Zuma turned out to be the first in a series of ANC punts ahead of the 2014 national general election.
The South African National Editors' Forum has slammed the danger journalists are put in while out on stories after a Star photographer was injured.
A home affairs department official has allegedly manhandled Cape Argus photographer David Ritchie and forced him to delete pictures off his camera.
Graça Machel thanked everyone for their support and prayers for Nelson Mandela as she was recognised with a peace award.
The South African National Editors’ Forum has condemned the apparently politically-motivated attack on a journalist in the Eastern Cape.
Publishing photos of Paralympian Oscar Pistorius during his court appearance was a mistake, the SA National Editors Forum said on Saturday.
Journalists carrying out their professional duty should be protected from interference and possible harm, said Sanef.
Sanef has expressed concern over government's failure to sign off on protocol regarding reporting on former president Nelson Mandela's health.
The South African National Editors' Forum has criticised the ban on media photography at the Lady Gaga concerts, saying it's a form of censorship.
Government and Sanef have committed to working together to improve the country's performance and to amend laws that restrict the flow of information.
SA's status as a "beacon" for press freedom continues to be threatened by increased state involvement, says the South African National Editors Forum.