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SANEF ED Mathatha Tsedu awarded Honorary Doctorate by the UWC

Friday, 15 April 2016

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UWC confers honorary doctorate on Sanef executive director Mathatha Tsedu

Friday, 15 April 2016

The SA National Editors’ Forum wishes to congratulate its executive director, Mathatha Tsedu, who was honored today by the University of the Western Cape in Cape Town.

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SANEF MEDIA STATEMENT ON THE ATTACK ON DAILY SUN PHOTOJOURNALIST

Thursday, 14 April 2016

The SA National Editors’ Forum condemns the brutal attack on Daily Sun photojournalist Samson Ratswana, by alleged members of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC) in Soshanguve on Wednesday night. Ratswana had responded to a call that there was fighting in the church but when he arrived a group of about 70 people attacked him shouting “journalist, journalist”.

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SANEF STATEMENT ON RECENT ASSULTS OF JOURNALISTS AND MEETING WITH SAPS: APRIL 04, 2016

Monday, 4 April 2016

The South African National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) this morning dispatched an urgent request for a meeting with the leadership of the SAPS following a number of incidents in which journalists were assaulted and kidnapped in the presence of members of the SAPS who allegedly either assisted the assailants or failed to intervene.

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ATTACK ON JOURNALISTS OF THE CITIZEN AFTER FUNERAL OF ANTI MINING ACTIVIST, SIKHOSIPHI RHADEBE, APRI

Monday, 4 April 2016

The South African National Editors’ Forum condemns the attack on two journalists from The Citizen, as well as on activists, after the funeral of slain anti-mining activist Sikhosiphi ‘Bazooka’ Rhadebe in a remote village near Mbizana on Saturday.
Members of the Xolobeni community are divided over attempts by an Australian mining company to mine the titanium-rich sand dunes in the area and it is alleged that Rhadebe was assassinated because of his opposition to the mining.An angry mob, armed with knobkerries, machetes, a spade and rocks, reportedly chased photographer Nigel Sibanda, who had been taking photographs of the land the company wants to mine. Two members of the Amadiba Crisis Committee, a community organisation which Rhadebe had chaired, were also targeted

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