August 5, 2019

The SABC buildings in Auckland Park, Johannesburg. Photo: Jamaine Krige

A report of the Commission of Inquiry into interference in the decision-making in the newsroom of the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation has fingered Cabinet Ministers, SABC Board members and sen...

June 24, 2019

Wits Journalism has expressed concern over the ongoing weakening of traditional news operations, according to the annual State of the Newsroom Report 2018 which was released last week. 

To compensate for this, there has been a launch of independent operations, whic...

August 14, 2017

frayintermedia has spent the past six months working with SADC and the German Agency GIZ to publish a list of stories about successes in Southern Africa called SADC Success Stories.

From the use of Botswana leather in luxury cars throughout the world to mobile banking i...

November 4, 2016

With the advent of Virtual Reality version 2016, the world of journalism will probably never be the same again.   Or at least if you believe the hype.  But what is really going on in the industry when it comes to the use of virtual reality devices and other gizmos?...

September 30, 2016

The Future could be augmented - at least part of the future.  That’s the view of Amy Webb,  founder of Future Today institute and deep digital thinker,  among other digital stalwarts who made the way to Denver in Colorado for the Online News Association conference betw...

August 10, 2016

The number of complaints before the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of South Africa has grown over the past two years.  An analysis of these complaints before the BCCSA shows that many of these cases shows a lack of attention to the basic code of conduct to which Na...

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