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freedom expression rights satire
Wednesday, 28 October, 2015 - 10:05
In this article, the authors focuses on satire and the role it could play in shaping a culture of free expression in South Africa
The South African media fear that the proposed Media Tribunal could impact negatively on how journalists report stories in South Africa  
Mobile technologies could play a critical role of ensuring that Africa achieves greater access to education through distance learning and digital methods.
Gender and Internet governance are some of the issues that featured prominently at the 4th Internet Governance Forum, which took place from 6-8 September 2015 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
South Africa should work towards ensuring that everyone enjoys Internet Rights, as we commemorate Human Rights Day (21 March)
The African National Congress’ criticism of Kenny Kunene takes the South African democracy many steps backwards when it comes to people’s right to freedom of expression
The author looks at the purpose of giving and also asks whether donor countries should advertise aid for development
South Africa could benefit from investing in the translation of local languages
The ongoing attacks on lesbians in South Africa’s townships highlight the seriousness of homophobia, sexism and gender-based violence
South Africans are urged to take five minutes of their time to call the offices of the African National Chief Whip, Mathole Motshekga, Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, and the constituency offices at the telephones numbers provided to stop the...
This article reflects on the activities that marked Women’s Month in 2011, highlighting challenges that women’s rights organisations face and the long journey that South Africa has to travel in order to eliminate all forms of injustices against...

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