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World Press Freedom Day 2015 seminar – Let journalism thrive!

The Media Development and Diversity Agency, in partnership with the Institute for the Advancement of Journalism and the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, will be hosting a seminar on Tuesday, 5 May 2015, in Johannesburg, in celebration of the ideals of World Press Freedom Day.

Media freedom is key to global sustainability

Media freedom is key to global sustainability

Quality journalism enables citizens to make informed decisions about their society's development, exposing injustice, corruption, and the abuse of power, UN bosses said in a joint statement issued to mark this year's World Press Freedom Day.
Volkswagen SA opens R500m press shop

Volkswagen SA opens R500m press shop

Volkswagen South Africa opened a state-of-the-art, R500-million press shop at its manufacturing plant in the Eastern Cape on Friday. The company has invested R5-billion in modernising the plant over the past five years, making it one of the most energy-efficient in the southern hemisphere.

VW builds R500m ‘green’ press shop

Volkswagen South Africa has begun building a new press shop at its Uitenhage plant in the Eastern Cape. The project is set to cost R500-million (US$69-million) and will comply with the company’s green initiative.
VW SA wins multibillion contract

Smith is SA Cricketer of the Year

Tutu speaks out for press freedom

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has thrown his considerable moral weight behind the Declaration of Table Mountain, the media’s call to African leaders to support a free press on the continent.
Victory for press freedom

Fifa guarantees press freedom

World football body Fifa has reassured South African and international media that the purpose of its terms and conditions for accreditation for reporting on the 2010 World Cup “is not, and has never been, to restrict press freedom”.
• SA celebrates media freedom

Victory for press freedom

Press freedom has won the day in Cape Town. Newspaper editor Gasant Abarder, who refused to compromise his ethics by testifying in a defamation case, has escaped prosecution after the case was settled out of court.

The press in South Africa

There are 23 daily and 14 weekly major urban newspapers in South Africa, most published in English. There are also a number of regional...
SA shines at World Press Photo

SA shines at World Press Photo

Five South African photographers - Pieter Hugo, Shayne Robinson, Sydney Seshibedi, Joao Silva and Halden Krog - have walked away with top honours at this year's World Press Photo awards, the most prestigious annual international competition in press photography.

Presidential Press Corps launched

Working relations between the country’s media houses, political reporters and government is expected to improve following the launch of the Presidential Press Corps.

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