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Shaun Johnson: Charm without the smarm

The Weekly Mail hired him to get the training project off the ground; he did much, much more than that, writes Irwin Manoim

Sanef: Govt still dragging their feet on Madiba health protocol

Sanef has expressed concern over government's failure to sign off on protocol regarding reporting on former president Nelson Mandela's health.

Press ombud criticises media response to complaints

The press ombudsman has lashed out at some media houses for ignoring complaints about published articles.

Cosatu attacks ‘capitalist’ press

But the trade union federation stops short of calling for a mandatory media tribunal.

Sanef welcomes possible Secrecy Bill amendments

Sanef and the Right2Know campaign have welcomed the possible inclusion of a public interest defence in the Protection of State Information Bill.

Zapiro slams new press code

The cartoonist believes it is too prescriptive and ignores the creative freedom of artists.

Editors not invited to media indaba

Sanef is among the key players not asked to attend parliamentary discussion on transformation.

Haffajee: Mea culpa from Avusa

The <em>Sowetan</em> newspaper apologised to <em>City Press</em> editor Ferial Haffajee on Thursday for publishing an insulting column.

Miyeni calls for top editor’s head after Avusa shake-up

Eric Miyeni has called for Avusa to fire its editor-in-chief after the <i>Sowetan</i>'s acting editor quit over the column that got Miyeni fired.

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Pharmacists, denied frontline status, get PPE late

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Covid-19 and Back to School Webinar

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5G technology is the future

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