Internet Archive works as an internet library and contains stores of information on any number of subjects, available in multiple formats, including text, audio, video, etc.
Google: the famous search engine
Ananzi: South African search engine. Site also contains an extensive listing of SA sites.
The dtSearch product can instantly search terabytes of text across a desktop, network, Internet or Intranet site. dtSearch products also serve as tools for publishing, with instant text searching, large document collections to Web sites or CD/DVDs.
This site is a portal to a variety of African media providing links to African photography, photographers, African independent news agencies, African professional media organisation, African news, as well as international links.
The Truth and Reconciliation website provides links to hearings and decisions that took place as well as information about the various committees that were part of the TRC. The TRC was set up by the Government of National Unity to help deal with what happened under apartheid.
Search engine for the Microsoft Network (MSN).
United Nations Educational, scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) portals and directories can be found on this webpage. Portals such as the UNESCO library, archives or software can be accessed through this page.
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Netnovar.org is the first educational-informative resource of its kind in South-East Europe. Aimed at investigative reporters and others in the media, it covers educational / training materials and articles about investigative reporting and some general reporting skills. The site is available both in English and Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian (b/c/s) languages.
Acts Online provides South African legislation, including amendments and Regulations, in an intuitive, online format. The site is free to use.
Provides links, information and papers on human rights issues in Southern Africa. The site can also be navigated according to country.
Provides links, information and papers on media and mass communication issues in Southern Africa. The site can also be navigated according to country.
Provides links, information and papers on politics and governing issues in Southern Africa. The site can also be navigated according to country.
A list of South African government internet sites; provides a one-stop entry point to SA government links and information including, departments, parliament, statutory bodies, regulatory bodies and services.
Provides links to and information about South African political parties. The site also contains links to political party information from the rest of Africa.
Links to news organizations and publishers who cover news from around the African continent and provide content to the allafrica.com web service.
The Association of Independent Publishers (AIP) is southern Africa's largest umbrella body for independent grassroots, community, and advocacy publications. This website provides research and trends, latest news as well as many different resources.
This page on the Media Institute of Southern Africa website provides links to various online news websites from around southern Africa.
This Centre for Investigative Journalism webpage provides you with links and resources to civil liberties advocates, government agencies as well as private businesses and organisations.
INTERNATIONAL MEDIA LINKS
This is the International Federation of Journalists website. This organization aims at linking journalists from around the world through links to current and journalistic topics from all regions.
This is the American public affairs programme, ‘Frontline’s’ website. The site provides browsers the ability to view episodes on their computer and future programme schedules.
HDNet is the first national television network broadcasting all of its programming in 1080i HD, the highest-quality format of high-definition television (HDTV). This website provides schedules, where to watch, how to subscribe and more.
This website links you to all that you need to know about Germany through DW (Deutsche Welle) world.de. News, information, DW television and radio are all found on this site. DW sets down the principles, visions and values of Germany’s international broadcaster.
This is the website for the Centre for Investigative Reporting (CIR) in Berkley California, USA. Find out about their recent investigations, read about current and past stories and browse through the reporting tools and guidelines.
This is the Centre for Investigative Journalism’s No Place to Hide website. No Place to Hide is a multimedia investigation by news organizations working together across print and broadcast platforms. This investigation focuses on the “surveillance state” that is today’s USA.
This is the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism’s (PCIJ) website. The PCIJ is an independent, non-profit media agency that specialises in investigative reporting.