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.

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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National key points: What you weren't meant to know

2015-01-23 09:29

The national key points list contains some surprises, including the omission of Waterkloof Air Force Base and other military bases.

Police to appeal key points ruling

2014-12-23 18:28

The police ministry has lodged papers in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg to challenge the court's ruling that it should disclose the names of 200 national key points, a spokesperson says.

Police mum on key points ruling

2014-12-03 14:01

It was unclear whether the police ministry will challenge court ruling that it disclose the names of 200 national key points.

Judgment expected on National Key Points

2014-12-03 08:19

Judgment is expected in the South Gauteng High Court on an application for the South African Police Service to reveal the list of National Key Points.

R2K marches against mobile rates, media

2014-10-18 14:37

Around 250 people have marched in Cape Town to demand lower mobile call rates and media transformation.

Organisations call for end to Seriti commission

2014-09-29 14:28

Over 30 organisations have called for the Seriti Commission into the 1999 arms deal to be dissolved, the Right2Know Campaign says.

R2K: Court befuddled by access to information

2014-08-14 20:37

It is disappointing that courts are not very familiar with issues around access to information, the Right2Know Campaign has said.


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.

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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Court orders: no more cellphone jamming in Parliament

During court proceedings on Tuesday, Parliament assured media houses and interest groups there would no signal jamming in the National Assembly. Watch.

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Police to release list of key points

2015-01-22 21:48

The police ministry is due to release the names of the 200 national key points.

DA welcomes key points ruling

2014-12-03 19:41

The DA has welcomed a court ruling compelling Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko to disclose the national key points list.

Govt must reveal National Key Points, court rules

2014-12-03 10:56

It was unlawful and unconstitutional to not reveal National Key Points, the South Gauteng High Court has ruled.

R2K: Media ignores man on the street

2014-10-18 16:30

The mainstream media are sensationalist and are ignoring average South Africans, a Right2Know panel discussion in Durban heard.

R2K pickets for dissolving arms inquiry

2014-09-29 17:44

Members of the Right2Know Campaign have picketed in Pretoria, demanding the Seriti Commission of Inquiry into the 1999 arms deal be dissolved.

Nuclear deal smells like arms deal - body

2014-09-26 11:56

The recently announced deal with Russia for the supply of nuclear power plants has all the hallmarks of the corrupt arms deal, says the Right2Know Campaign.

Picketers protest Sanral secrecy bid

2014-08-04 15:33

Campaigners have picketed outside the Western Cape High Court to protest Sanral's application to keep details of the Winelands tolling project out of the public domain.

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