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Media, parliament discuss broadcast feed interruptions
Media, parliament discuss broadcast feed interruptions

Following complaints from the South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef) about provision of the Parliamentary feed - audio and visuals - during disruptions in the National Assembly Chamber in August and November last year, parliamentary officials, members of Sanef and the Press Gallery Association (PGA) met to discuss the issue.

30 Jan 2015 09:09

Max boost for News.24... Du Preez is platform's new columnist
Max boost for News.24... Du Preez is platform's new columnist

News24 has just announced that Max du Preez will be writing for their platform as a weekly columnist, starting next week...

29 Jan 2015 11:51

Survé, Dasnois... and 'that' hearing
Survé, Dasnois... and 'that' hearing

NEWSWATCH: It is reported that Independent Newspapers proprietor Dr Iqbal Survé berated soon-to-be former editor of the Cape Times Alide Dasnois during her disciplinary hearing, reports Times Live...

29 Jan 2015 10:32

Chris Moerdyk
Let's encourage Zuma to bash whites

I am all in favour of President Jacob Zuma continuing his sniping campaign against whites and blaming everything on apartheid...

By Chris Moerdyk 29 Jan 2015 06:35

Sanef condemns police interference in press freedom
Sanef condemns police interference in press freedom

The South African National Editors' Forum calls upon the police and the public to respect the right of journalists to do their work and to protect them against those who may not wish for the truth to be known. This follows police forcing a journalist to delete her photos and the public stoning of a journalist in ongoing unrest in Soweto.

26 Jan 2015 13:30