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Glenda Nevill is a journalist, editor and communicator with 25 years experience working in media. She worked for The Sunday Times in various roles for nine years. She edited The Big Issue for six years, before taking up the position as launch editor of The Property Magazine. She then moved into public relations, working for HWB Communications and Oryx Multimedia. Nevill is currently editor of The Media Online. Follow @GlendaN on Twitter.
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Warrant of arrest for Media Nova's Vaughan

The Master of the High Court in Cape Town has authorised a warrant for the arrest of Anthony (Tony) Vaughan, director of Media Nova and various other publishing companies.

By Glenda Nevill 19 Feb 2014 10:05

Property Magazine and Media Nova go supernova

The Property Magazine and the company that published the large-format glossy magazine, Media Nova, have closed down leaving unhappy staffers and creditors in its wake.

By Glenda Nevill 11 Aug 2013 10:33

War in Zululand: Newspapers in advertising battle

The Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa (ASA) has sanctioned Zululand Fever, a title owned by Natal Witness Printing and Publishing Company, a Media 24 operation. The complaint was laid by rival publication, the Zululand Observer.

By Glenda Nevill 12 Dec 2012 09:44

Has the ASA lost the plot?

It's no secret that the Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa (ASA) has run into a major funding crisis. The organisation, tasked with regulating the advertising industry "in the public interest", is our watchdog, an independent body that ensures advertisers, and therefore media owners, who carry the work, don't cross the line and adhere to a certain code of conduct.

By Glenda Nevill 19 Jul 2012 10:25

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