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Namibia ranks up in the 2015 World Press Freedom index

Namibia has been ranked 17 out of 180 countries in the latest 2015 World Press Freedom...


Access to information report shows slight improvement in South Africa

The Annual Shadow Report for 2013/2014 released by PAIA Civil Society Network has shown...


Kenya: Controversial security law provisions ruled unconstitutional

Reporters Without Borders welcomes this week’s Kenyan high court decision declaring eight...


Namibia: NBC reaches 67% digital coverage

The Namibian Broadcasting Corporation says it reached 67% coverage in terms of viewers...


Saving SABC: Any light at the end of the tunnel?

Kate Skinner, a member of the working group of the SOS: Support Public Broadcasting Coalition and a doctoral student in the Media Studies Department focusing on public broadcasting in the digital age discuss the state of the public broadcasting in South Africa.   Download/View Publication (PDF)


Government and media relationship in South Africa, what can be done?

Onkgopotse JJ Tabane, Chief Executive of Oresego Communications and holder of a PhD candidate in Media Studies at Wits University talks about the tense relation existing between government and media. Download/View Publication (PDF)