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The South African National Editors’ Forum on Monday said it was appalled by the Western Cape government’s call for all provincial departments to stop subscribing to the Cape Times. “Sanef finds it appalling that the executive committee of the

The Western Cape high court on Tuesday dismissed an urgent interim application for an order enforcing uninterrupted audio and a wide-angle shot of the parliamentary chamber during disruptions. Judge Owen Rogers delivered the order within a few minutes

An association that represents many of South Africa’s online publishers has entered into discussions with the South African Press Council to explore the feasibility of a cross-platform news media code of ethics and voluntary editorial content regulatory system

Parliament’s policy on the use of a wide-angle shot of the chamber during grave disturbances and unparliamentary behaviour is patently unconstitutional, the Western Cape high court heard on Friday. Steven Budlender, for Primedia Broadcasting, argued that it was the

South African media houses will urgently seek a court order preventing security agencies from blocking communication signals to interfere with reporting as happened in parliament this week, the South

The South African National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) expressed concern on Friday at interference with the audio and visual feed in parliament whenever there are disruptions. “Sanef is disturbed by the continuing interference with the audio and visual feeds from parliament each time there is chaos

The decision by to review its editorial management practices was welcomed by the South African National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) at the weekend. “Council has noted developments regarding allegations of editorial interference at eNCA implicating politicians, shareholders and

The proposal by acting SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng that journalists be given a licence to practice reveals his ignorance about journalistic practice in a democracy, the South African National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) said on Friday. “It is unfortunate that the remarks come from a

The Western Cape high court has ordered that parliament’s communications portfolio committee may not proceed with Tuesday’s closed meeting with the SABC board. The ruling was handed down as an interim order shortly before noon by acting judge Sven Olivier. It followed an urgent application by the SA National Editor’s Forum.