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Matebello Motloung

Matebello Motloung

    Icasa announces new pay-TV licence holders
    Icasa announces new pay-TV licence holders
    The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) has announced the winning bidders of the new commercial satellite and cable...
    Three Touchline Media execs resign over scandal
    Three Touchline Media execs resign over scandal
    Three senior executives from Touchline Media, a subsidiary of Media24, have allegedly resigned over the circulation inflation saga which has...
    Journalism schools fail to recognise uniqueness
    Journalism schools fail to recognise uniqueness
    Writing my feature on media education for this issue I was reminded of my experiences as a journalism student in KwaZulu-Natal.
    The best journalism schools in SA
    The best journalism schools in SA
    Lyndon Johnstone, managing director, OFM
    South Africa's magazine minefield
    South Africa's magazine minefield
    The Media magazine last year described the explosion of consumer titles in the print market as a magazine minefield. Spurring the growth has...
    Bringing business to the people
    Bringing business to the people
    Finance journalist Siki Mgabadeli often faces scepticism in her interviews with business heavyweights. She is used to receiving the "surely-you-don't-understand-what-you're-talking-about" look. ...
    Editor vs Brand: Who dominates?
    Editor vs Brand: Who dominates?
    Those who read Lauren Weisberger's 2003 novel "The Devil Wears Prada" or watched the film, apparently based onUS Vogue's Anna...
    Drive-time radio gets a shake-up
    Drive-time radio gets a shake-up
    In May, the average time spent listening to the radio was 4h32 per day, an 11 minute decrease when compared to 4h43 in the previous corresponding...
    Mathatha Tsedu: The distinct African
    Mathatha Tsedu: The distinct African
    The first couple of minutes of the interview with Mathatha Tsedu, editor of City Press, one of Naspers' oldest English-language newspapers,...
    Levelling the playing field
    Levelling the playing field
    Professor Guy Berger at the Mondi Shanduka Newspaper Awards held in April said, speaking on behalf of all the judges, while the quality of entries...
    Plekkie in die Son
    Plekkie in die Son
    The past 13 years have seen the Afrikaans media reinventing itself; not only to reflect the changed socio-political dynamics of this country, but...
    World editors embrace new media
    World editors embrace new media
    Nearly 80 percent of the world's editors and senior newsroom managers view online journalism as a "welcome addition", according to the 2006...