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Tanzania suspends leading newspaper over currency report
Tanzania suspends leading newspaper over currency report
Tanzania has suspended a leading newspaper and its website for a week accusing it of falsely reporting currency exchange rates.
Editorial: Malema plays a dangerous game
Editorial: Malema plays a dangerous game
Forty-five journalists were killed worldwide in 2018. Some were caught in crossfire while covering running battles; others were on dangerous...
Internet censorship in Africa threatens democracy, economy
Internet censorship in Africa threatens democracy, economy
Many African governments have taken to censoring a variety of apps and sites, especially around election time. But people across the continent...
Journalists fired when US magazine tried to hide exposé
Journalists fired when US magazine tried to hide exposé
Editors and journalists at renowned Newsweek were fired as the company that owns the magazine sought to suppress an exposé into its...
ANC's desire to control social media is simply undemocratic
ANC's desire to control social media is simply undemocratic
The minister of state security, David Mahlobo, is apparently advocating for the regulation of social media, which would...
Editorial: Hlaudi Motsoeneng is just the tip of the iceberg
Editorial: Hlaudi Motsoeneng is just the tip of the iceberg
It is seductively easy to personalise the SABC’s problems and hang them all around the neck of its chief operating officer, Hlaudi Motsoeneng. His...
Motsoeneng pushes for regulation of journalists
Motsoeneng pushes for regulation of journalists
Hlaudi Motsoeneng criticised journalists for inaccurate reporting during an interview on KykNet show ...
Remember that you, too, have to die, Mr President
Remember that you, too, have to die, Mr President
When Roman emperors returned to the city with their legions after a particularly fruitful campaign – slaughtering people who didn’t want to be...
I am Charlie Hebdo, just like I am everyone
I am Charlie Hebdo, just like I am everyone
When atrocious events like the Charlie Hebdo massacre occur, when the word terrorism is thrown around by the media, when headlines containing the...
#JeSuisCharlie: The fear of violent retaliation
#JeSuisCharlie: The fear of violent retaliation
The relatively uncharted territory of satire has always been a minefield.

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