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Why a win for SANEF could be bad for freedom of speech?

Why a win for SANEF could be bad for freedom of speech?

13 August 2019 7:45 AM

Bongani Bingwa speaks to Helen Zille, Senior policy fellow at the South African Institute of Race Relations and Mahlatse Mahlase, SANEF Chairperson

Sanef and five senior journalists approached the Equality Court, to interdict the EFF from intimidating, harassing and assaulting journalists. Helen Zille, in her thoughtful piece, wrote how a win for SANEF could be bad for freedom of speech.


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How art galleries were affected & are recovering from Covid-19 pandemic

24 September 2020 9:17 AM

Art galleries and other exhibition outlests across South Africa are only coming out of the lockdown now, with the result of very little space having been available to exhibit artistic work.The Javett Art Centre at the University of Pretoria reopens today, on Heritage Day, but what has been the impact of COVID-19 on art galleries?

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24 September 2020 8:12 AM

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24 September 2020 8:05 AM

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Preserving and supporting the country’s cultural and creative heritage

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Today is the Heritage Day, a day which recognises the value of our heritage and cultural diversity. But do we as South Africans take our cultural heritage seriously enough? What is South Africa’s heritage?

South Africa is home to at least 10 Unesco World Heritage Sites. Our natural wonders such as a Table Mountain have also been included at some point as being amongst the World’s new wonders of the world.

 According to the South African Cultural Observatory, South Africa’s cultural and creative industries contribute at least 63 billion rand a year to the country’s GDP.

Bongani speaks to Vusithemba Ndima, Deputy Director-General of Arts & Culture.

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24 September 2020 7:04 AM

With Mxolisi Nkosi, Deputy Director-General at the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco)

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23 September 2020 8:50 AM

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The Africa Report

23 September 2020 8:23 AM

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There has also been a movement on social media under the hashtag #PutSouthAfricansFirst, which states it plans to march to the Nigerian and Zimbabwean Embassies to protest against “ills brought to the country” including drugs, trafficking, hijackings of buildings, railway infrastructure looting, and other violent crimes.

Bongani joined by Martin Ewi, Senior Researcher for the International Crime in Africa Programme at the Institute for Security Studies.

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