Patriotic Alliance leader Gayton McKenzie might have changed his mind about conducting interviews but he has conditions…
McKenzie released a statement today, Thursday, 8 June, in which he cited his reasons to snub all local media houses.
The Irish Times newspaper has removed and apologised for publishing its most-read opinion article generated by artificial intelligence.
Radio presenter Seipati Soke known as Twasa has recently graduated with MBA from GIBS Business School.
BuzzFeed announced it was shutting its news division, signalling the end of one of the most notable news websites of the internet era.
An Indian journalist held in custody for more than two years without trial walked free after being granted bail in a money laundering case.
The voice’s of women are missing in media representation – by including them, they can generate billions of income.
The media was once again kicked out of the proceedings in the Senzo Meyiwa murder trial after Tumelo Madlala’s face was allegedly shown.
Mercedes-Benz Cars South Africa would like to announce its new Media Specialist. It’s a position that garners much respect and will be taken very seriously.
A Hanoi court on Wednesday ordered the jailing of two activists who posted on Facebook about a land dispute clash that left four people dead on the outskirts of Vietnam’s capital last year.
Al Jazeera, said it “holds the Sudanese military authority responsible for the safety its employees”, denounced the detention of Kabbashi
A journalist and camera operator were robbed by armed men outside a primary school while covering the build-up to the local elections.
Noseweek’s Editor Martin Welz said it’s a sad end to a print publication that’s managed to survive the odds for 28 years.
President Ramaphosa praised the media’s role in uncovering state capture but said journalists must also focus on other issues in his weekly letter on Monday.
If you have a question for Cyril Ramaphosa, you could be left waiting a long time for an answer – as the media has discovered during this pandemic.
A newspaper article about farm murders has fallen foul of the Press Code after it erroneously attributed comment to the police minister.
Use of ‘accident’ by the media is more damaging than an individual using it, because they reinforce its use.
The South African National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) has expressed concern over the alleged intimidation of an eNCA news team, calling on the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) to respect media freedom
‘You have six companies that own all the media… you only have to look at the way media ownership has become consolidated.’
ANC MP Boy Mamabolo is accused of making threats against a journalist who had called him over a story