Zuma visit: UK media mellows, SA editors rally

SOME British media had by Thursday toned down their controversial coverage of President Jacob Zuma's first UK state visit, but instead turned on him for breaches of protocol and royal etiquette, according to a report on news24.com. At the same time, many South...

Citizen may go to Concourt over McBride case

THE Citizen is considering a possible appeal to the Constitutional Court against a Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) decision in favour of Robert McBride, according to a report on the paper's website. The SCA has ruled that the publication was wrong to have called the...

SABC 'censored' report of protest against Malema

A GROUP of businessmen in Limpopo have accused the SABC of censorship after the public broadcaster did not report on their protest against ANC Youth League (ANCYL) president Julius Malema, according to a report in the Sunday Independent. The businessmen have accused...

Malema blames media

JULIUS Malema has blamed the government companies register, a smear campaign run by leftist ANC officials and "unethical" journalists for "unfounded" media reports that he says have placed his life and that of his family in danger, write Xolani...

Die Son admits error on story about lotto winner

THE Afrikaans language tabloid Die Son which first carried the story of Friday night's supposed R91m Powerball "win" by Stanley Philander has denied paying the deaf Parkwood man for his story, writes Nikita Sylvester on iol.co.za. But the paper has...

Court told e.tv 'criminal' is schizophrenic

A MAN who allegedly featured in the e.tv news piece threatening violence at the World Cup is schizophrenic, the court heard,  writes Solly Maphumulo in The Star. Evans Mdebuka (Tsietsi Radebe) appeared in the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on a charge of...