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Index calls on South Africa's government to protect the right of individuals to freedom of expression guaranteed by the country's constitution. Further, South Africa must provide protection for Dala.
Data journalist Raymond Joseph reports on how low-cost technology is helping African newsrooms get hold of information that they couldn't previously track
Index remembers the Nobel and Booker Prize winning author, activist and long-time Index supporter
The new ministry of communication seems a direct intervention to stem negative publicity for President Jacob Zuma and the ANC, Christi van der Westhuizen
Olympic glory has melted in the glare of media attention shining a spotlight two athlete's most intimate moments. Firdose Moonda reports
South Africa’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) has received an overwhelming majority of media coverage ahead of the country’s fifth democratic election which is it expected to win. Firdose Moonda reports
In what seems like a purge, South Africa’s Independent News and Media (INM) group is shedding many of its foremost journalists and commentators. Simultaneously, the company’s newspapers have stepped up coverage of the personal ruminations of its new chairperson, Dr Iqbal Survé. Christi van der Westhuizen reports
The sacking of a renowned journalist has sent shockwaves through the grieving country's media. Christi Van Der Westhuizen reports
This is the moment to remember massive changes in South African life that are Nelson Mandela’s legacy says Rachael Jolley
Index on Censorship takes a look back through our archive at the African National Congress and apartheid in South Africa through an interview with Oliver Tambo from 1986.
At Index on Censorship we have collected significant articles from our archive that trace the history of the apartheid struggle, and some of the great writers who have commented, argued and analysed it for our magazine, including Nadine Gordimer and Albie Sachs.