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Musawenkosi W Ndlovu

Musawenkosi W Ndlovu

Associate Prof Musawenkosi W. Ndlovu is a Senior Lecturer in media studies in the Centre for Film and Media Studies (University of Cape Town); a Mandela Mellon Fellow in the W.E. B. Du Bois Institute at Harvard University; and, a Visiting Academic in the School of Social Science at Loughbourgh University. Musa holds a PhD in Cultural and Media Studies (University of KwaZulu-Natal), Certificate in Political Consulting and Strategic Campaign Communication (Mannheim Centre for European Social Research- University of Mannheim), and a Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (Cape Higher Education Consortium). 
SAfm changes reveal a broader malaise in a dumbed-down society
SAfm changes reveal a broader malaise in a dumbed-down society
The SABC’s executive management team is infuriating some sections of the South African public because of the changes it is implementing at the...
Should the broadcasting Act be amended?
Should the broadcasting Act be amended?
The South African Broadcasting Corporation's recent proposal to amend the Broadcasting Act (1999) is, in principle, correct. 
Dear Gareth Cliff, freedom of speech has limitations
Dear Gareth Cliff, freedom of speech has limitations
Gareth Cliff, a prominent South African media personality and an Idols judge, was fired last week by M-Net. He tweeted “people really don’t...