ANCYL Criticised for Harassing Journos

The Media Monitoring Africa says journalists are not employed as public officials but are there to monitor those who are

The Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) director, William Bird, says journalists are not employed as public officials but are there to monitor those who are.

Speaking at a SAFM discussion programme, the After Eight Debate, on the topic of this recent "harassment" of the media, Bird argued that, “The Press Council, Media Monitoring Africa, the Freedom of Expression Institute and various others" – are there in a watchdog role over journalists.

Meanwhile, a mud-slinging campaign by the ANCYL against some South African journalists is set to continue with a threat to name at least one newspaper staff member the league claims has been bribed.

To read the article titled, “ANCYL to expose 'corrupt' journos,” click here.

Source: 
Independent Online

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