On September 16 1992 the state fought the markets, and the markets won.
Klaaste was distressed by what was happening in black communities, where residents faced state terror and political violence. He sought to restore values such as self-help and neighbourly conduct.
Journalists need to hold firmly to the ethical standards that assure audiences their work is reliable and credible.
Black consciousness in South Africa changed blacks and whites.
South Africans have a right to know why the lapses at Sunday Times occurred and why those that spoke up against them were silenced.
Forty years after the apartheid regime clamped down on the free press, South Africa’s media continues to face threats, albeit in more subtle forms than in the past.
As South Africa marks Media Freedom Day, it’s clear that its battle isn’t over. Attacks on journalists continue –through physical intimidation and there’s also the threat of new laws.
Part two of British chancellor George Osborne’s case for staying put is realistic but flawed.