The Future of Information Leaks
As South Africa commemorates another World Press Freedom Day, this day will no doubt focus minds on Parliament’s decision to pass the controversial Protection of State Information Bill, or the Secrecy Bill. It will now be forwarded to the President for signing.
ComTask forgotten: SA media freedom's journey from sunshine to shadows
As this country gets set to celebrate Freedom Day, the National Assembly passes the secrecy bill – a signal of how far the state has fallen short of its noble, early day intent of creating an open, ‘sunshine government’.
Reaching the world with online media
South African IT entrepreneur Matthew Buckland is at the forefront of what he sees as a revolution in media as new formats are upending the accepted models of large corporations.
Journalism student writes his way to Russia
A STUDENT from Rhodes University has been chosen as one of only two African representatives to attend a prestigious sports journalism seminar in Russia during the July vacation.
Two PhD graduates from the School of Journalism and Media Studies
Two new PhD graduates from the School of Journalism and Media Studies received their degrees at the recent graduation ceremony.