ARTICLES RELATING TO SANEF

Sanef condemns continued harassment of journalists

2015-04-22 19:31

National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega must instruct her officers not to harass journalists carrying out their duties in the field, Sanef says.

Zille: I couldn't give a damn

2015-03-17 10:13

Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has strongly defended her provincial government's decision not to renew subscriptions to the Cape Times newspaper, saying it is purely a consumer choice.

Tributes continue to pour in for Chabane

2015-03-16 20:29

Tributes have continued to pour in for Public Service and Administration Minister Collins Chabane, killed in a car accident at the weekend.

Judge dismisses Parliament feed application

2015-03-10 13:28

The Western Cape High Court has dismissed an urgent interim application for an order enforcing uninterrupted audio and a wide-angle shot of the National Assembly during disruptions.

Court hears Parliamentary film policy unconstitutional

2015-03-06 15:58

Parliament's policy on the use of a wide-angle shot of the Chamber during grave disturbances and unparliamentary behaviour is patently unconstitutional, the Western Cape High Court has heard.

Sanef condemns barring of journalists from media gallery

2015-02-24 05:00

The SA National Editors Forum has condemned the barring of journalists from the media gallery ahead of delivery of the state of the province address by Gauteng Premier David Makhura.

Parliament jamming case under way at high court

2015-02-17 13:16

An urgent application to prohibit the use of mobile network blocking devices in Parliament is under way in the Western Cape High Court in Cape Town.

Sanef ‘concerned’ about Sapa demise

2015-02-16 06:05

The SA National Editors Forum has expressed concern about the imminent closure of the SA Press Association.

Sanef heads to court over violation of media freedom in Parliament

2015-02-14 14:55

The South African National Editors Forum has expressed its outrage at the illegal clampdown on freedom of expression during the State of the Nation address, and will approach the courts and government in order to prevent similar incidents in the future.

Officials, media meet over Parly TV

2015-01-27 20:56

Parliamentary officials have met media organisations to discuss the broadcast feed from the National Assembly ahead of next month's State of the Nation address.

 

Media challenges Parliament's broadcasting policy

2015-04-20 13:25

Media houses and other parties are asking the Western Cape High Court to find that a clause in Parliament's broadcasting policy is unconstitutional and invalid because it does not allow the public to view all activities on the floor.

Sanef appalled by call for Cape Town paper boycott

2015-03-16 20:29

Sanef says it is appalled by the Western Cape government's call for all provincial departments to stop subscribing to the Cape Times.

Sanef to take up journo's manhandling with Phiyega

2015-03-11 15:33

Sanef has expressed concern over an incident where a journalist, Media24's Jan Gerber, was manhandled and forced to delete photographs by individuals in white shirts, believed to be police officers.

Court battle looms over Sona signal jamming

2015-03-09 10:17

South African media houses will urgently seek a court order preventing security agencies from blocking communication signals.

GPL apologises for press ban

2015-02-25 05:00

The Gauteng provincial legislature has apologised to the Sanef regarding journalists being barred from the media gallery.

Zuma promises editors: Jamming won't happen again

2015-02-20 14:29

President Jacob Zuma assured editors has that the jamming of cellphone networks in Parliament will not happen again.

Media houses take Parliament to court

2015-02-16 19:51

Two media houses and several organisations will bring an application in the Western Cape High Court in Cape Town to prevent Parliament from jamming cellphone signals in future.

Sanef to set up legal fund

2015-02-16 05:00

The SA National Editors Forum is in the process of setting up a legal defence fund, it says.

Reports of a cellphone 'jammer' in Parliament

2015-02-12 18:15

Journalists covering the State of the Nation address in Parliament on Cape Town could be left without a lifeline as rumours of “signal jammers” have been making their rounds.

Press club condemns police action

2015-01-23 08:54

The National Press Club has condemned in the strongest terms the manner in which a Sapa reporter was handled by the three police officers in Dobsonville, Soweto.

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