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AmaBhungane journo 'lucky we don't fight black people' - BLF after alleged assault
AmaBhungane journo 'lucky we don't fight black people' - BLF after alleged assault
AmaBhungane investigative journalist Micah Reddy was allegedly assaulted by Black First Land First (BLF) members in Braamfontein after a panel...
Two days, two interdicts: Black First Land First flouts both
Two days, two interdicts: Black First Land First flouts both
The high court in Johannesburg on Friday granted the second order in two days to interdict fringe political group Black First Land First (BLF) from...
Editors' forum asks court to interdict Black First Land First
Editors' forum asks court to interdict Black First Land First
The South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef) on Tuesday filed an urgent application in the high court to interdict the Black First...
How fake news works as political machinery to tarnish the integrity of journalists
How fake news works as political machinery to tarnish the integrity of journalists
The master signifier in fake news is power and politics. That’s fixed, everything else floats. Alas, journalism is now on the back foot because...
Gupta-owned ANN7 fires five more journalists
Gupta-owned ANN7 fires five more journalists
Gupta-owned television news station ANN7 fired five more journalists on Tuesday.
Sanef requests meeting with top cops following attacks on journalists
Sanef requests meeting with top cops following attacks on journalists
The South African National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) has requested an urgent meeting with police leadership after four reported attacks on members...
Who's sharper, Blade or the media?
Who's sharper, Blade or the media?
"We have to confront the fact that during the last three years, the matter has become perfectly clear that the bulk of the mass media in our country...
ANC welcomes Court dismissal of media’s case against Mbete
ANC welcomes Court dismissal of media’s case against Mbete
The Western Cape High Court’s decision to dismiss a case against Speaker of the National Assembly Baleka Mbete regarding interruption of the...
Signal jamming won't happen again, says Zuma
Signal jamming won't happen again, says Zuma
President Jacob Zuma assured editors on Friday that the jamming of cellphone networks in Parliament will not happen again.
Media houses to go to court over signal jamming
Media houses to go to court over signal jamming
South African media houses will urgently seek a court order preventing security agencies from blocking communication signals to interfere with...

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