FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION

Landmark ruling for science journalists

Appeal committee of press council frees media from having to create false balance

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20 March 2020

Freedom of expression under threat, new campaign warns

SLAPP suit adversaries to fight it out in Cape High Court

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29 May 2019

Here are the arguments for and against banning the old South African flag

The Nelson Mandela Foundation and Afriforum are opposing each other in the Johannesburg Equality Court

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29 April 2019

President Ramaphosa should sign Copyright Amendment bill

Freedom of Panorama provision will help put more South African related content onto Wikipedia

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25 April 2019

Court rules that religion cannot be used as a defence for anti-gay hate speech

An explanation of the Equality Court’s ruling against against Pastor Oscar Bougaardt

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15 June 2018

Parliament reaches settlement with whistleblower

Former head of security Zelda Holtzman relieved her “name is cleared”

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9 May 2018

Good relations upset between Jewish and Bo-Kaap schools

Herzlia High took issue with anti-Zionist posters at Vista High School

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20 September 2017

Cybercrimes Bill threatens our freedom

10 August is deadline to send your comments to Parliament

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26 July 2017

Takedown of Black Opinion website exposes poor SA internet law

Internet Service Providers should not have to decide which websites are kosher

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18 July 2017

This is probably the list of artworks UCT has removed

University claims there are errors in our list that we obtained from a reliable source, but refuses to provide corrections

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25 April 2017

City drops graffiti charges against activist

Ndifuna Ukwazi claims victory for freedom of expression

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26 October 2016

Right2Know protesters call for Motsoeneng and Muthambi to go

“They are becoming opposition” Motsoeneng reportedly says in Parliament

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23 August 2016

SABC finally screens Miners Shot Down - sort of

Protesters project documentary onto state broadcaster's building in Sea Point

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17 August 2016

Flemming Rose and academic freedom: a response to Nathan Geffen

Accusations of hypocrisy are complicated, and have been inappropriately levelled at Rose

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1 August 2016