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Eusebius McKaiser: A few critics are smoking some strong stuff

Blame and praise can’t be apportioned to individual leaders of a collective Cabinet

EFF says ‘good riddance’ to eNCA

The broadcaster pulled its coverage to highlight the party’s barring of other media. The EFF claims there were other reasons behind the decision.

Malema welcomes eNCA withdrawal from its conference

The EFF leader however says that the 24-hour news channel is unwelcome to cover any of the party’s events further

Bathabile Dlamini: ‘I never personally banned media from event’

eNCA reported on Sunday that it was barred from entering a hall where Minister Bathabile Dlamini launched the 16 Days of Activism Campaign

Dlamini, Malema ban media from covering their events

According to eNCA, Minister Bathabile Dlamini was offended by camera person was pointing a camera at her

Sanef condemns Malema’s comments on eNCA

Julius Malema took to Twitter accusing eNCA of advocating an "anti-black agenda" and supporting white supremacy.

Blurred lines: e.tv admits eNCA series involved advertising money

e.tv has admitted that money was involved in a series produced by eNCA, apparently in collusion with the minister of economic development.

Judge lays into media for revealing Pistorius witness’s picture

Some media have published a photo of an Oscar Pistorius trial witness, which, while not in contravention of the court order, has caused ructions.

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