Airbnb has released 21 new accessibility filters to aid disabled guests in find accessible travel accommodation. Previously, guests on Airbnb were only able to search for ''wheelchair accessible' listings, which did not always meet travellers' individual needs. The filters now allow guests to find listings with specific features including step-free entry rooms and more.
2 days ago
Movements like #MeToo are drawing increased attention to the systemic discrimination facing women in a range of professional fields, from Hollywood and journalism to banking and government.
Tamar Carroll and Lara Nicosia 3 days ago
The Economist magazine recently published it's 2018 edition copy marking the beginning of the year and three decades of success. It is important for us to refer to the cover of this widely read magazine because all manner of symbols full of symbolism was used and of course their interpretation varies depending on an individual context.
Kevin Odhiambo Opiyo 3 days ago
The Southern African Freelancers' Association (SAFREA) notes with concern the passing of the Films and Publications Amendment Bill, which authorises the Films and Publications Board to regulate online content, in Parliament on 6 March, 2018.
SAFREA 3 days ago
SINGAPORE - Singapore on Wednesday launched public hearings on possible legislation to combat "fake news" which critics said could be used to curtail free speech.
15 Mar 2018
Marc du Plessis, joint CEO of Spark Media and head of the Publisher Council of the IAB, gave a keynote address at the first edition of Future Ad Africa in Johannesburg yesterday on the subject of brand safety, trust and supporting the independent press.
Jessica Tennant 15 Mar 2018