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The South African National Editors' Forum has called for names of "paid or used" journalists to be revealed by witnesses testifying before the Zondo commission to allow those implicated to be given the space to respond.
The South African National Editor's Forum (Sanef) says that besides many failed attempts it remains determined to engage the EFF.
The South African National Editors' Forum says it is 'appalled' by EFF leader Julius Malema's call to ban investigative journalism units, amaBhungane and the Daily Maverick’s Scorpio, from attending their party events.
A witness in the Dros rape trial has approached journalists and threatened them for naming him.
Sick of 'stratcom'? Fed up with swipes at the media? Sanef wants to hear from you.
This week on POLOTIKI, we look at the legal battle between the South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef) and EFF. Listen.
The EFF has told the Equality Court, sitting in the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, its position on any form of violence is quite clear.
The South African National Editors' Forum's Equality Court case against the EFF has continued for a second day in the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria. Watch as Sheldon Morais, News24's assistant editor, and senior legal journalist Jeanette Chabalala unpack the proceedings.
The SA National Editor's Forum and five journalists have taken the EFF and Julius Malema to court to prevent the party and its supporters from threatening, harassing or intimidating them. It could be a seminal moment.
The South African National Editors' Forum has welcomed the fact that an independent inquiry was instituted into allegations of censorship and editorial interference at Primedia.
The EFF says it is not "moved" by a statement by the South African National Editors Forum condemning its decision to ban investigative journalism units, amaBhungane and the Daily Maverick’s Scorpio, from attending party events.
The South African Editors' Forum has added its voice to the debacle where Eyewitness News journalist Barry Bateman called EFF leader Julius Malema a "p**s" shortly after an interview.
The purpose of our complaint is not to stifle criticism of the media. We believe that the comments by the EFF, Malema and their supporters go beyond fair criticism and constitute hate speech under the Equality Act, writes Mahlatse Mahlase.
Given that Sanef and the journalists who brought the case against the EFF are active commentating participants in day-to-day politics, do they expect to be immune from blow-back, asks Helen Zille.
The Press Council of South Africa says it is concerned about threats levelled at journalists and has urged members of the public to rather use the appropriate platform to resolve disputes.
South African National Editors Forum (Sanef) says it is confident about the manner in which it presented its case before the Equality Court against the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).
The matter over the intimidation of journalists brought by the South African National Editors' Forum against the EFF continues in the Equality Court, sitting in the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria.
The South African National Editors' Forum's Equality Court case against the EFF continues for a second day in the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria.
All EFF leader Julius Malema asked for during his November 2018 speech outside the state capture inquiry was that journalists should be honest, the Equality Court sitting in the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has heard.
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