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USA's Magazine of the Year coming to SA

Fast Company, one of the most progressive business media brands in the United States, is launching a South African edition here in October.

22 Jul 2014 12:46

Destiny magazine's annual curated list of South Africa's top-performing public and private schools!

For the past five years, Destiny magazine readers have looked forward to receiving their annual list of SA's top private and public schools as curated by Destiny magazine and this year is no different.

Issued by Ndalo Media 21 Jul 2014 09:10

As Real Estate magazine reaches its one-year milestone, media house The Creative Group is born

As Real Estate magazine celebrates its first birthday, publisher PA media becomes The Creative Group, a dynamic media house offering end-to-end creative custom solutions across a broad platform of channels.

Issued by Real Estate Magazine 14 Jul 2014 09:07

Newspapers must give us content that is rational

Journalism professor Anton Harber's comment last week that newspapers must make huge investments in developing their journalists if they want to retain readers is spot on, as it is about the quality of product. What passes for journalism these days sometimes perplexes. I refer specifically to Mineral Resources Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi's alleged conflict of interest and another story, that former songbird and Idols judge Mara Louw is on skid row.

By Thami Mazwai 10 Jul 2014 16:40

New women's magazine from Media24

Media24 is launching a new fortnightly women's magazine, aimed at English-speaking, middle-class South African women between the ages of 35 and 45.

10 Jul 2014 11:34

[NewsMaker:] Robbie Stammers

In an oft-maligned media industry battered by extreme change in recent years, it is always extremely exciting to greet a new magazine launch, particularly in print. One of South Africa's most awarded editors and publishers, Robbie Stammers, announced last week that he is bringing America's 'Magazine of the Year' and one of the most innovative business publications in the world, to South Africa: Fast Company

By Louise Marsland 8 Jul 2014 10:54

Media freedom requires commitment to truth

Freedom of expression has been placed at the top of the international media's agenda by events in Egypt and the UK during the past 10 days. After a trial that mocked the very notion of justice, the law courts controlled by Egypt's military dictatorship imposed what US Secretary of State John Kerry characterised as "chilling, draconian" prison sentences on three journalists employed by Al Jazeera, the Qatari-owned international TV channel.

By Pallo Jordan 5 Jul 2014 11:53

SANEF condemns Motsoeneng's proposal

"The South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef) condemns the proposal by SABC acting chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng that journalists have a licence to practice like doctors and lawyers. His statement - made at the annual Radio Days conference at Witwatersrand University on July 3 - reveals his ignorance of journalistic practice in a democracy.

4 Jul 2014 09:42

Media need to invest in compelling content

It is when one travels, and follows South African news online, that one gets a real sense of how our newsrooms are doing in the digital world.

By Anton Harber 27 Jun 2014 05:17

Quality journalism - alive, dead, or dying?

I was once asked by a media organisation to run six-month journalism courses, after which I was informed the 'graduates' would be able to call themselves journalists...

By Marion Scher 26 Jun 2014 06:36

Sarie selects 36 finalists for Cover Face competition

The 36 finalists for the Sarie 2014 Cover Face competition were selected from almost 12,000 entries from all over the country, a record number of entries for this four-year-old competition.

25 Jun 2014 10:34

E-commerce investment keeps Naspers earnings flat

Internet and media group Naspers delivered flat earnings because of the increased investment in e-commerce businesses and digital terrestrial TV‚ the company has reported.

By Thabiso Mochiko 24 Jun 2014 12:31

Gordimer hammers secrecy bill

When Nadine Gordimer gets worried, there is probably cause to worry. The Nobel laureate has been an acutely sensitive barometer of South Africa's moral and intellectual pressures for seven decades.

23 Jun 2014 11:26