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Primedia says it will be investigating a claim by former Radio 702 host Karima Brown that she was 'censored' at the station, an internal communique shows, days after it was announced that her contract will not be renewed.
The Competition Tribunal has confirmed as orders three consent settlement agreements with the SABC, Primedia and Ster-Kinekor.
Leaked emails show that the Guptas at one stage considered buying the Mail & Guardian, a portion of Independent Media, and Primedia.
The Competition Commission has approved, without conditions, an intermediate merger whereby the media and advertising company Primedia acquires Primedia Interactive and Primedia Lifestyle from Old Mutual.
Primedia Broadcasting's head of news and current affairs, Yusuf Abramjee will be leaving the company at the end of the year.
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.
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.
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.
An apology for a political cartoon which the ANC slammed as racist was not the result of political pressure, Eyewitness News’s editor-in-chief says.
Cosatu says Eyewitness News and Primedia should admit that the cartoon they published is racist.
Primedia Broadcasting, owner of Talk Radio 702, has expressed outrage at the 'vicious personal attacks' on veteran journalist Karima Brown by EFF supporters.
Senior broadcast executive at Primedia Broadcasting Mark Jakins has resigned after a number of complaints over alleged sexually inappropriate behaviour emerged.
The Competition Commission wants 10% of Ster-Kinekor's annual turnover over a complaint about market allocation contraventions, says the Competition Tribunal.
Brait SE plans to sell stakes in Consol Glass and and cinema-chain owner Primedia over the next two years as the company looks to invest in higher-growth markets.
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.
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.
Media houses and other organisations are launching an urgent application in the Western Cape High Court to ensure that there is full media access to the debate on the president's State of the Nation address.
Primedia Broadcasting's internal ombudsman, Advocate George Bizos, has found that a controversial cartoon published by EWN, was not racist.
The African National Congress will not take any further action against Eyewitness News about a "racist" cartoon on its website, the party says.
The SA Communist Party has added its voice to the outrage that followed the publication of a cartoon by Eyewitness News, saying it was racist.
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