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Publications can now identify a person alleged to have done such harm, but defamation rules still apply
"Though the cartoon may offend, and has offended at least one complainant, Retief found, it neither mocks Christ nor puts him in a bad light."
The press ombudsman has dismissed a complaint made by Mathole Motshekga about a <i>Cape Times</i> Protection of State Information Bill story.
The <em>Sowetan</em> newspaper has been ordered to print apologies for publishing prominent pictures of two officers having sex while on duty.
The press ombudsman has said he expects the total number of complaints lodged with it for 2011 to be nearly double the tally for 2009.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has issued an instruction to the Western Cape government to recruit more staff to stem the Covid-19 tide
Unhappy members of the National Bargaining Council for the Private Security Sector say corporate governance standards are being flouted
The Covid-19 crisis means people are spending more time at home, so they expect different packages from their insurance companies
Perhaps this pandemic is the jolt that we needed to strengthen intra-country collaboration and revive international friendships
Suitably qualified and experienced vendors are sought to supply tools to assist in the support of financial statement audits
Thuthuka Bursary recipient Tennyson Botes decided to make a difference in his community — and he's doing exactly that
SANRAL to professionalise its finance division with world-class professional accounting designations
'It is about how I can get my staff to acquire more skills and sharpen those skills that they already have,' says SANRAL CFO Inge Mulder