Monday 18 April 2016 15:14
The Pulitzer Prizes are marking their 100th year on Monday with the announcement of the winners of what are regarded as the most prestigious awards in American journalism.
Sunday 21 February 2016 19:50
A ceremony was held to honour retiring distinguished journalist, Mathata Tsedu, who is being hailed as a role model.
Sunday 22 November 2015 08:24
Government's lack of trust of the media was among critical issues debated at a dialogue between government and the Sanef in Pretoria.
Friday 23 October 2015 15:23
Making a wise career decision can be one of the most daunting decisions; as there are lifetime repercussions to be considered.
Friday 9 October 2015 12:00
SABC Radio News Journalist Minoshni Pillay scooped the overall winner of the KwaZulu-Natal Vodacom Journalist of the Year Award.
Monday 4 May 2015 10:00
South Africa has dropped four places in this year's Freedom House report which monitors South Africa's media freedom.
Friday 9 January 2015 11:17
The recent shooting at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has spawned a debate regarding the freedom of expression.
Thursday 13 February 2014 06:54
A Journalism Right’s Group says the last two years have been absolutely atrocious for the profession with 70 journalists killed and 211 jailed in 2013 alone – figures comparable to 2012.
Tuesday 12 November 2013 12:55
Journalists are often told that their main goal is to ensure the right of citizens to truthful and important information.
Monday 12 August 2013 15:43
Rhodes University Professor Jane Duncan says journalism risks becoming trapped in reporting the symptoms of police violence rather than the causes
Tuesday 12 March 2013 16:40
The country’s political community has joined thousands of South Africans who flooded social media networks with tributes to highly respected political journalist and author Mandy Rossouw.
Monday 26 November 2012 13:56
The time has come for all honest citizens to acknowledge that our mainstream media hates the state president, writes Elvis Masoga.
Sunday 7 October 2012 17:11
Initial sample of the press coverage during the week of the Marikana ‘massacre’ raises some serious, unavoidable questions, about the state of South Africa's journalism, writes Jane Duncan.