South African National Editors' Forum

 
Signal jamming in Parly must be declared unlawful - media houses
Signal jamming in Parly must be declared unlawful - media houses
Steven Budlender, for the applicants, argued on Monday that even though the event was in the past, “the problem and unlawfulness” of the device...
Sanef, ANC hit out at Zille’s call to cancel Cape Times subscription
Sanef, ANC hit out at Zille’s call to cancel Cape Times subscription
Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille remains unrepentant of her directive for the withdrawal of all provincial department subscriptions to the...
Court dismisses bid for uninterrupted Parliament feed
Court dismisses bid for uninterrupted Parliament feed
The high court in the Western Cape on Tuesday dismissed an urgent interim application for an order enforcing uninterrupted audio and a...
Editors' forum welcomes review into e.tv's practices
Editors' forum welcomes review into e.tv's practices
The decision by e.tv to review its editorial management practices was welcomed by the South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef) on...
Journo-politicians should resign, says Sanef
Journo-politicians should resign, says Sanef
Journalists who stand as candidates for political parties should resign, the South African National Editors Forum (Sanef) said on Sunday.
Government commits to keeping press more informed
Government commits to keeping press more informed
Government will make information readily available so that the media can inform the public and empower them to hold it accountable, it said on...
Motlanthe urges mutual respect between government, media
Motlanthe urges mutual respect between government, media
The government and media need to respect each other's roles if they are to address South Africa's problems, Deputy President Kgalema...
Cementing the right to publish and be damned
Cementing the right to publish and be damned
Last week the Constitutional Court handed down a momentous ruling on freedom of speech. The case concerned the constitutionality of aspects of the...
Shake-up lends irony to press ombud's award
Shake-up lends irony to press ombud's award
This is a big week for the office of South Africa's press ombudsman, what with the release of the Press Freedom Commission's long-awaited report on...
Media debate highlights need to nurture ethics
Media debate highlights need to nurture ethics
A South African National Editors Forum (Sanef) debate on Wednesday highlighted the need to nurture ethical journalism.
Secrecy Bill still falls short, say media organisations
Secrecy Bill still falls short, say media organisations
The spectre of journalists and whistleblowers being hauled off to jail for the possession or publication of classified records hung like a black...

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