The PCSA says it has received 175 complaints in four months. Awareness of the importance of media ethics in the South African press is growing rapidly, the Press Council of South Africa heard at its quarterly meeting this month. Executive...Read More "Press Council reports healthy growth in media ethics and awareness"
The Press Council of South Africa (PCSA) announced the appointment of Latiefa Mobara as its Executive Director. Mobara takes over from veteran journalist Joe Thloloe, whose term of office ends at the end of February. Joe Latakgomo, another veteran journalist...Read More "PCSA appoints new director"
Sweeping reforms on press regulations will be announced on Constitutional Hill Wednesday, 3rd October. This follows on years of deliberations, heated public debate, introspection plus a threat from the ruling party to investigate the desirability of creating a statutory Media...Read More "Sweeping reforms on press regulation coming"