24 November 2022, Stuart Dickinson, Journalism.co.za

The book examines the experiences of women journalists in democratic South Africa and the powerful contributions they’ve made to the profession, despite a continuous surge of online abuse and harassment received from populist and corrupt politicians and their supporters. Daniels and Skinner were joined by Nomshado Lubisi-Nkosinkulu, head of communications at Media Monitoring Africa, and Qaanitah Hunter, assistant editor (politics and opinions) at News24, who both contributed chapters of their own reflections and insights.

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