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Kate Skinner — keeping an eye on the fourth ...

18-03-2019

18 March 2019, Marklives.com, In the lead-up to the May 2019 national elections, a large part of Skinner’s focus is on the election workshops SANEF is running for media practitioners …

South Africa: Interview Process for New SABC Board ...

12-03-2019

12 March 2019, Daily Maverick, OPINION By Thandi Smith and Duduetsang Makuse We are in the final stages of trying to get a quorate board for the SABC in the …

Isu Elihle 2018 winner!

21-02-2019

MMA announced the 2018 lsu Elihle Awards winner on SABC news on Sunday 16 February 2019. “Isu Elihle is an isiZulu phrase that means a “Great Idea” when translated to …

New school year, same media missteps: back to ...

29-01-2019

Children, race and media ethics

11-01-2019

A picture of a Grade R class at Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke in the North West has been circulating in the news as well as social media. We understand that as parents, …

Why Hlaudi mostly to blame for SABC financial ...

31-10-2018

The Citizen, 31 October 2018, Brian Sokutu A high wage bill – nearly half the SA Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) income, poor management and a skewed staff-manager ratio – are among key …

SOS and MMA make submissions into the Zondo ...

21-09-2018

SOS and MMA make submissions into the Zondo Commission 21 September 2018   The SOS Coalition and Media Monitoring Africa have submitted a joint statement to the evidence leaders in …

Mokonyane steps in to reverse ‘power grab’ at ...

20-09-2018

20 September 2018, IOL, Siyabonga Mkhwanazi The Save Our SABC (SOS) Coalition and Media Monitoring Africa said this was a positive step by Parliament and Mokonyane. Read full article

How are media reporting on Gender Based Violence?

13-08-2018

The following analysis is based on data extracted from our online monitoring tool, Dexter. It covers online media in South Africa for the Period 2 January 2017 to 31 December …

How to spot real news over fake news

11-07-2018

11 July 2018, The Citizen Fake news sites continued mushrooming because of large revenues they generate from adverts, according to Media Monitoring Africa. Such sites “perpetuate falsehoods, stereotypes and undermine media …