Ferial Haffajee: Has Vodacom lost its marbles?

2018-12-06 12:51

Vodacom may have lost its marbles - and she may have too, says Ferial Haffajee.

Artist criticised for painting Dlamini-Zuma engaged in sexual activity, Zuma exposed

2017-10-14 07:32

The ANC and the ANC Women's League have criticised an artwork that depicts presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma engaged in sexual activity, as President Jacob Zuma stands with his genitals exposed.

With the Bill of Rights under siege, Mogoeng is a beacon of hope

2017-06-30 06:37

As a dark cloud of intolerance, violence and corruption looms over South Africa, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng is among the rare glimmers of hope, writes Anneke Scheepers.

Muthambi: Freedom of expression doesn’t extend to war propaganda

2016-08-23 10:53

The SABC operated within broadcasting legislation and the Constitution when it decided not to broadcast violent protests, said communications minister Faith Muthambi.

The racism vaccination

2016-01-12 12:00

Your children and the war against racism.

Tech giants unite to censor beheadings

2014-09-04 10:41

US companies have partnered to block content from extremists showing violent footage, but freedom of expression experts question the ethics behind the policy.

 

Media must fight racism, economic exploitation relentlessly

2018-06-25 14:46

The media must be courageous and free to expose and hold all power to account, including private sector corruption, fronting, tax evasion, the destruction of the African environment, says Mogoeng Mogoeng.

We are all dying of a broken heart

2017-07-04 13:41

For as long as there has been news, there have been attacks on the media, but personal attacks against journalists are a violation of the right of the public to be informed, writes Alet Janse van Rensburg.

The right to broadcast court cases

2017-06-26 10:59

The SCA judgment in the Henri van Breda case has boldly gone where no appeal court has gone before, marrying the age-old principle of open justice with developments in modern communications technology, writes Dario Milo.

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WATCH: Right2Know pickets outside SABC offices

Supporters of the Right2Know campaign picketed outside SABC offices in three cities on Monday.

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With the recent Cell C court case loss against an irate customer who made a billboard targeting its poor service, we examine freedom of expression in post-1994 SA.

With the recent Cell C court case loss against an irate customer who made a billboard targeting its poor service, we examine freedom of expression in post-1994 SA.

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Japan bans possession of child porn

2014-06-18 17:25

Japan has finally criminalised possession of child pornography, but still allows sexually explicit comics and animation.

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