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Exposing the fault lines in SA media

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The writer argues that a free, independent media is needed to save democracy. (Getty Images)
The writer argues that a free, independent media is needed to save democracy. (Getty Images)

Glenda Daniels writes that SA's journalists are suffering burnout, anxiety, retrenchments, 24/7 work cycles and do more with less in juniorised newsrooms which lack capacity, affecting credibility in the media at large.

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