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Sanef criticises journalist licensing proposal by Motsoeneng

Friday 4 July 2014 13:56

The South African National Editor's forum says licensing journalists to practise would have a negative impact in the media industry.

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SABC performance under scrutiny at radio conference

Thursday 3 July 2014 19:14

The SABC has been described as an organisation that's capable of setting the benchmark for good journalism in South Africa outside of political and commercial interference.

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70 journalists killed and 211 jailed in 2013 alone: Rights group

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.

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Media ethics should be a yardstick for breaking news

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.

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Media coverage of Marikana massacre under spotlight

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

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SA political parties pay tribute to talented Rossouw

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.

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President Jacob Zuma
Print media is extremely hostile towards Zuma

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.

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More than 40 people were killed during a clash between mineworkers and police at the Lonmin mine in Marikana, North West.
Marikana and the problem of pack journalism

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.

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