ARTICLES RELATING TO CENSORSHIP

Ed Herbst: SABC (ANC mirror) inquiry long overdue. Fruitless exercise?

2016-08-19 12:31

What is happening at the SABC simply mirrors what the ANC is doing to the rest of SA society and recent pickets outside SABC buildings testify to that, says an analyst.

Herbst: A long history of persecuting SABC journalists – a case study

2016-07-22 07:46

This article forrmer TV journalist Ed Herbst looks at how employees are treated in news organisations whose senior executives are strongly aligned to the ANC.

Donations pour in for SABC 8

2016-07-19 15:46

Over R50 000 has so far been donated via crowdfunding website Generosity for SABC journalists who were fired for refusing to be censored at the broadcaster.

Internet reposts can mean jail in Russia crackdown

2016-07-08 12:10

Rights activists have warned that a recent string of convictions for reposting messages online could pave the way for a broader crackdown on online dissent.

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We've never asked SABC for any favours - ANC's Jackson Mthembu

The African National Congress says there has not been any favoritism towards it at the SABC.

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Herbst: Media capture rot runs deep. When SABC defied parliament.

2016-07-01 07:45

Ed Herbst's latest contribution looks at the troubles at the SABC, something which is not new and is how things happen when it comes to the ANC’s media capture.

Pennington: SABC’s Animal Farm – drops ‘The Editors’ – as press freedom slides

2016-06-09 22:15

Editor Steuart Pennington condemns the SABC’s censorship of a news show - all part of Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s ploy to rid the airwaves of anything critical of the ANC.

Why the FPB wants Netflix to cough up R795k

2016-04-06 14:46

Content classification authority the Film and Publication Board has explained why online video services like Netflix are urged to pay a R795 000 licensing fee.

Internet bill an ‘onslaught’ against free speech

2015-08-20 13:53

A Fin24 user has questioned government’s real intentions behind pushing a controversial online regulation bill through cabinet.

Online censorship bill enters next phase

2015-08-17 11:35

Cabinet has approved the submission of the films and publications amendment bill which is guided by policy that has been criticised for seeking to curb internet freedoms.

 

Herbst: Will SABC history repeat itself? Brown in Zikalala’s footsteps…

2016-08-05 10:54

Will the Zuma faction emulate the Mbeki faction's actions in 2004 and wait until a few days after the election before announcing Karima Brown's return to the SABC?

One person donates R143 000 to SABC 8

2016-07-20 07:00

Over R267 000 has so far been donated via crowdfunding website Generosity for SABC journalists who were fired for refusing to be censored at the broadcaster.

Herbst: Tammany Hall revisited? Hlaudi the Jester while Zuma holds the sword.

2016-07-15 06:33

A retired journalist says the SABC has gone back to the days of the Vorster era, moving from one extreme to another despite its mandate to represent all South Africans.

Sara Gon: SABC crisis greater than just Hlaudi – extends to incomplete board

2016-07-08 06:43

Analyst Sara Gon says Hlaudi Motsoeneng looms so large in the SABC crisis that we we pay little attention to the SABC’s board to which he is accountable.

Pennington: ‘Free Speech under attack’ – an era of global extremism

2016-07-05 17:00

The Economist says Free Speech is under attack and we are moving into an era of global extremism. The Brexit vote demonstrates this.

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WATCH: SABC 'censorship' - should you pay your TV licence?

In May, the SABC’s controversial COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, announced significant restructuring around their content, and have since been accused of censorship. Should South Africans feel entitled not to pay their TV licenses? Watch.

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Ed Herbst: Censorship roots. SABC’s ‘Eureka Moment’ – the Arms Deal

2016-05-31 20:39

An analyst suggests the SABC's censorship roots go back to 2003 and the arms deal, as recent censorship of violent protests has again opened Pandora’s Box.

EXCLUSIVE: FPB asks Netflix to pay R795k licensing fee

2016-04-06 12:24

Netflix is nearing an agreement with SA’s classification body that could see the internet video service paying a R795 000 licensing fee to stay operational in the country.

Mixed reaction to online censorship bill

2015-08-18 14:03

Fin24 users are divided on whether impending internet regulation in South Africa will be good or bad for the country.

City Press and Transnet boss in 'pre-publication censorship' court battle

2015-08-15 10:00

Transnet acting CEO Siyabonga Gama has launched an urgent application to interdict City Press from publishing an article this weekend.

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