Entries for this year's WAN-IFRA World Young Reader Prize are still open until 21 June 2016. The prize honours excellence in news publisher engagement of the young in all ways on all platforms.
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The International News Media Association (INMA) announced its Global Media Awards winners in London on 24 May 2016, which included three South African winners.
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Veteran South African journalist and Press Council director Joe Thloloe says that despite the often love-hate relationship between the media and particular individuals, the future of journalism in the country is both essential and promising.
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On this Africa Day, the Right2Know campaign has highlighted the gross violations of the right to free expression taking place across the continent, as well as the continued imprisonment of journalists.
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The 2016 Standard Bank Sikuvile Awards has received nearly 500 entries from over 200 journalists at 29 publications across South Africa, which have been assessed in a two-day judging process. The Awards will take place on 28 July 2016.
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Ornico's campaign analysis of the inaugural The CEO SleepOut in 2015 has been shortlisted in two categories for the prestigious AMEC Awards, the world's premium awards recognising excellence in communications measurement and evaluation. It is the first time that an entry from Africa has been shortlisted.
Ornico 3 days ago
Independent Media grew its share of the South African daily newspaper market by 3,2% and the weekend newspaper market by 1,6% compared to the same period last year. These results were released by the Audited Bureau of Circulation (ABC) which measures newspapers and magazine circulation performance.
Independent Media 23 May 2016
Africa remains one of the preferred frontiers for investment opportunities and doing business, according to a report released by PwC Africa on Friday, 19 May 2016. Growth and foreign direct investment has continued in Africa amid the recent global economic uncertainty.
23 May 2016
There is no genuine freedom for the media as long as control is concentrated in the hands of a small privileged elite, says Vukani Mde and Karima Brown.
BBC Connected Studio and the BBC World Service have selected two teams from Lagos to pilot digital innovations aimed at helping the BBC reach young African audiences.
Tom Jackson 20 May 2016