Writing on his party’s website, Zuma challenged the bona fides of the country’s journalists and defended plans for a statutory media appeals tribunal.

Mondli Makhanya, chairman of the South African National Editors Forum (Sanef) and Avusa editor-in-chief, said yesterday that Zuma’s letter was a serious setback in the search for a common understanding between government and media.

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