With 3 May being World Press Freedom Day, Sanef took time to discuss the role of media and what has happened recently.
A documentary featuring an all-woman editorial team at India’s Khabar Lahariya gives a voice for those ignored by the rest of the country.
“I feel so speechless; I am out of words to thank Rhodes University for the honour bestowed on me,” said Noxolo Grootboom. The isiXhosa broadcaster read her final news bulletin in March this year.
The Tembisa decuplets exclusive story is reckless and irresponsible journalism of the highest order, SANEF said in a statement.
Belarus authorities raided the largest independent news outlet, signalling a widening crackdown in the wake of historic opposition protests.
World Press Freedom Day is observed annually on 3 May. It was proclaimed by the UN General Assembly in 1993.
More than 600 journalists have died of COVID-19 since 1 March, the Press Emblem Campaign said, calling for media workers to have priority access to vaccines.
ANC MP Boy Mamabolo is accused of making threats against a journalist who had called him over a story
The journalist has since opened a case against the MP at the Mondeor Police Station in Johannesburg.
Announcement of possible closure of five Media24 newspapers and magazines leads to concerns about a journalism career.
In a very rare sighting, especially from a politician, EFF leader Julius Malema has willingly unpacked his wallet but some are not happy.
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Google launched the Middle East, Turkey and Africa Innovation Challenge back in June 2019, and received 527 applications from 35 countries.
eNCA’s veteran reporter Samkele Maseko was booted out by his boss on Wednesday – but skeletons have tumbled from Kanthan Pillay’s closet.
The African Investigative Journalism Conference takes place from 28 to 30 October. The annual conference is organised by Wits Journalism. Here’s what you need to know.
Veteran journalist Barry Bateman has issued a sincere apology to Julius Malema, after he was filmed using an obscene term to describe the EFF leader.
The EFF has decided not to accept an apology from EWN for the comments of one of its journalists, despite the fact Barry Bateman was also suspended.
With the relationship between the EFF and South Africa’s journalists reaching a new low, both parties are at the Equality Court on Monday to settle a hate speech case.
The winning photograph is a haunting aerial shot of an elephant in northern Botswana that has been killed and butchered for its ivory.
Scenes none of us want to see: The situation has escalated during the eThekwini protests, as police clashed with journalists and Zandile Gumede supporters.
The South African National Editors’ Forum (SANEF) wants police and law enforcement officials to do more for journalists who are being harassed.
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