A chronicle of events

The SABC and its recent crisis

At the end of May, two months before the municipal elections, South Africa’s public broadcaster SABC announced it would no longer show footage of the destruction of public property during protests. The censorship caused massive protest from Civil Society organisations. Our chronicle gives an overview of what has happened. more…

Vorstellung von Kristin Bässe

Research Visit at KAS Media Africa

On 26 September, Kristin Bässe joined KAS Media Africa for a research visit. She will be supporting the team with the organization and reporting of events and assist in research assignments on media-related issues until the beginning of December. Kristin is studying Media Management and has been a scholar of the KAS journalist program since 2015.

Mandela Day 2016

KAS Media Africa spent the day at the Outreach Foundation in Hillbrow, Johannesburg, which offers a range of arts and educational support programmes to the inner-city community. Together with the staff of the German Embassy in Pretoria, the team laid a new lawn, painted a community workshop space and cooked for the youth and Mandela Day workers. more…

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to KAS Media Programme for Sub-Sahara Africa. A free and independent media is a crucial element of democracy. That is why we are committed to a diverse media landscape to guarantee the monitoring role of journalism, fair media laws and and skilled political communication, with a particular focus on digitalization.

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June 29 - July 1
Congress

Radio Days Africa 2016

May 16 - 19
Workshop

E-lection Bridge Africa

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The SABC and its Recent Crisis

A Chronicle of Events

At the end of May, two months before the municipal elections, South Africa’s public broadcaster SABC announced it would no longer show footage of the destruction of public property during protests. The censorship caused massive [...] more…

Rhodes public lecture

Defending our freedom of expression starts with knowledge of media law

The author of the KAS Media Law Handbook series, Justine Limpitlaw, gave a public lecture this week at Rhodes University in Grahamstown on key media law trends on the sub-continent. On the initiative of the [...] more…

KAS Media Africa Scholarship 2017: Call for applications

KAS Media Africa is offering a university scholarship to a promising, young (under 30) sub-Saharan African journalist to do a full-time Honours or Masters Degree at the University of Witwatersrand's Journalism Programme in [...] more…

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