ARTICLES RELATING TO RIGHT2KNOW

R2K condemns ‘secret war’ against SABC 8

2016-11-15 11:19

The Right2Know Campaign has commended the SABC 8 for refusing to back down in the face of intimidation and death threats.

R2K slams attacks on media freedom in southern Africa

2016-08-16 16:35

Media advocacy group Right2Know has expressed concern over the recent attacks on press freedom in some southern African countries, including Zambia, Zimbabwe and Lesotho.

More protests planned against SABC, this time outside Luthuli House

2016-07-13 06:16

The Right2Know Campaign and SOS Coalition are expected to discuss staging a protest outside ANC headquarters Luthuli House in response developments at the SABC.

R2K welcomes acting SABC CEO's resignation

2016-06-27 21:30

The Right2Know campaign on Monday welcomed the resignation of acting SABC CEO Jimi Matthews.

Protests expected at SABC's doors

2016-06-20 09:55

The removal of SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng and an end to "censorship" is what the Right2Know Campaign will be protesting for when its members gather outside the public broadcaster's offices.

R2K protests against Rica surveillance

2016-04-26 17:55

Non-profit organisation Right2Know has staged a protest outside Parliament against the Regulation of Interception of Communications and Communication-Related Information Act.

Cybersecurity policy finally published

2015-12-11 18:04

The State Security Department’s National Cybersecurity Policy Framework, which was approved by Cabinet in 2012, has finally been published.

Cybercrimes bill criminalises range of lawful activities - R2K

2015-12-03 19:17

The new cybercrimes bill is flawed, too broad and brings the country one step closer to the securitisation of the internet, the Right2Know Campaign says.

Scrap online censorship plan - Right2Know

2015-03-11 17:11

The civil society watchdog is demanding that the Film and Publications Board put aside a controversial draft on internet regulation.

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Police, cellphone jamming breach separation of powers - Right2Know

Right2Know's Murray Hunter speaks to us about how the cellphone jamming device along with the use of police in the National Assembly breaches the separation of powers.

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WATCH: The Motsoeneng effect - in numbers

SABC Group Executive of Corporate Affairs Hlaudi Motsoeneng's various controversies can be measured in numbers. Here they are. Watch.

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SABC 4 Labour Court victory welcomed

2016-07-26 16:13

Sanef and the Right2Know campaign have welcomed the Labour Court ruling that four of the axed SABC journalists must be reinstated.

Another SABC picket on the cards

2016-07-04 22:43

The Right2Know campaign, along with several other groups, will picket outside the offices of the SABC this week.

Hlaudi Motsoeneng must go – Right2Know

2016-06-20 15:45

The Right2Know Campaign has demanded the removal of SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng, saying he is unfit for the job.

#Zumamustfall marches get under way

2016-04-27 11:58

Hundreds of people have started gathering in Cape Town and Johannesburg, calling for President Jacob Zuma to fall.

Fill Inspector General of Intelligence post urgently - R2K

2016-04-22 17:00

The Right2Know campaign wants the vacant post of Inspector General of Intelligence to be filled urgently, after a long period of having nobody keeping South Africa's intelligence services in check.

Zulu Royal Household may vet journalists with 'ulterior motives'

2015-12-10 20:23

The Zulu Royal Household is considering screening journalists who attend events where King Goodwill Zwelithini is in attendance, his advisor Judge Jerome Ngwenya says.

Spy report laughable - R2K

2015-10-18 16:07

The State Security’s paranoid belief that dissent from ordinary citizens must be the work of "shadowy outside forces" is not new, the Right2Know Campaign has said.

Parliament must be briefed on Spy Cables - DA

2015-02-24 19:44

Parliament's joint standing committee on intelligence must be briefed about the Spy Cables expose, the DA says.

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Cellphone jamming is illegal - Right2Know

WATCH | ICASA has ruled for around 10 years that cellphone jamming is unlawful in South Africa but there's one important caveat...

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