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Mthembu dodges tough questions on #GuptaLeaks, media tribunal

Jackson Mthembu was put on the spot when asked if he had taken steps to discipline any members in his caucus implicated in the so-called #GuptaLeaks

Two clashing gazes on reining in media

The ANC's proposed media appeals tribunal is just another way to entrench sunshine journalism.

Media debate highlights need to nurture ethics

A South African National Editors Forum debate has highlighted the need to nurture ethical and responsible journalism in order to avoid manipulation.

Draft policies are ‘not the final word’

ANC draft policies have apparently been hurriedly watered down to calm investors who were alarmed by leaked reports.

Media self-regulation is ideal

Ruling party's participation in the hearings of the Press Freedom Commission comes as a surprise.

The right to write

ANC as keen as ever to suppress media freedom.

Media take too many liberties, says Zuma

President Jacob Zuma has taken a swipe at the media coverage of his budget vote speech in Parliament.

Media punishment should be ‘proportionate’

Punishment given to newspapers for irresponsible reporting should be "proportionate" to the harm caused, said Media Monitoring Africa on Thursday.

This is our chance to be the best we can be

Although the ANC will dictate the priorities, it's up to us to make the country work writes <b>Rapule Tabane</b>.

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People’s behaviour stoking Gauteng pandemic

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Young professional gets a career boost from PSETA

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Colgate-Palmolive South Africa donates one million bars of soap

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Cheque value bundles – real value

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Absa Rewards puts cash in your pocket

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Municipal audit outcomes reveal public sector financial management must be professionalised

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