Winning the right to broadcast the Oscar Pistorius trial came with clearly defined restrictions, one of which prevented the media from showing the faces or publishing photographs of witnesses who had not consented to being filmed.
By Sulaiman Philip 6 Mar 2014 08:23
Credit providers will from June this year have to change risk models as the credit amnesty by government will mean that credit histories have been wiped out, say lawyers.
By Amanda Visser 4 Mar 2014 08:49
Paralympian athlete Oscar Pistorius' murder trial, currently underway, is a landmark case for the media. A groundbreaking court ruling makes it the first time in South African history a criminal trial will be broadcast live on TV, instantly streamed via audio apps, and live-tweeted to the world.
By Shamin Chibba 3 Mar 2014 08:55
In the days I used to defend Jacob Zuma, I often said we should not use education as an indicator of leadership potential. Well-meaning as I might have been, I now take that back.
By Xolela Mangcu 25 Feb 2014 09:44
Has it ever pained you that your favourite toilet paper brand doesn't have a Facebook page? Does it annoy you that your breakfast cereal doesn't tweet? No? Me neither.
By Thandi Guilherme 25 Feb 2014 06:30
The National Prosecuting Authority says it will not comment on Sunday reports that Oscar Pistorius surfed porn websites in the hours before he shot dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, reports News24.com, while Times Live reports that browsing porn is a favourite South African pastime. And on the advertising front, MTN is considering legal action against Cell C, reports MyBroadband.
24 Feb 2014 07:00
Search engine optimisation is one of the best online marketing strategy methods which you can adopt for the success of your online business.
By Manas Kumar 20 Feb 2014 10:20
eNCA and IOL report on a bid to have Oscar Pistorius' trial broadcast live, and Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has apologised for naming former SABC employee Hannes du Buisson in her report on the SABC.
19 Feb 2014 07:13
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela released her report on the SABC yesterday. The report - 'When Governance and Ethics Fail' - paints a damning picture of abuse of power, mismanagement, waste and corruption, and outright dishonesty at the public broadcaster.
By Rod Baker 18 Feb 2014 07:38
In 2002, an investigation by Deloitte & Touche described Motsoeneng as a "semi-literate journalist" and recommended that he be removed as senior specialist producer. - "Faking it, Raking it in" Sunday World, 8 April 2012
By Ed Herbst 17 Feb 2014 06:22
If you were the judge in the Oscar Pistorius trial, would you allow cameras and cellphones into the courtroom?
By Anton Harber 14 Feb 2014 06:49
The ANC in the Eastern Cape wants to campaign in the province's newsrooms ahead of the elections in May. The editors have rejected the request, reports the Daily Dispatch.
13 Feb 2014 08:15
"The senior management at the SABC couldn't even be bothered to do the numeracy test that was required for a proper skills assessment. The entire senior management of the SABC is in a dire, dire state." Marian Shinn, Parliament 4 February 2005
By Ed Herbst 10 Feb 2014 08:08
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