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16 Days of Activism

For any Communications or media inquiries:

Anton Harber

Phone: 083 303 9497
Email: anton@harber.co.za

Media releases

10 October 2022: eSwatini Free Expression Summit 

1 October 2022: No Freedom after Expression for Zimbabwean Filmmaker Tsitsi Dangerembga and her ally

6 September 2022: Former President Zuma’s prosecution of Karyn Maughan is an attack on media freedom

23 August 2022: The Campaign for Free Expression condemns assault of protesters in eSwatini

17 August 2022: The Campaign for Free Expression condemns assault of protesters in eSwatini

4 August 2022: Civil Society Organisations Open Letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa about ongoing attacks against the sector

4 August 2022: CFE stands by SERI and joins the greater civil society sector in demanding action aganist the threat to civic space in South Africa

4 July 2022: Minister Motsoaledi’s attack on HNF was ‘profoundly anti-democratic’

10 May 2022: Two Zimbabwean Journalists arrested for “contravening electoral regulations”.

3 May 2022: World Press Freedom Day marked, with notable threats and harassment of journalists in SA

21 February 2022: Eswatini prison officers’ assault reporter covering pro-democracy protest

4 February 2022: Media coalition welcomes Botswana Government’s amendments to new Bill

2 February 2022: Southern African journalists send solidarity delegation to Botswana to protest new Bill

1 February 2022: Reject Botswana Criminal Procedure Bill, a major threat to media freedom

20 January 2022: Zimbabwean journalist charged for smuggling journalists

17 January 2022: CFE and Sanef challenge SABC

13 January 2022: Landmark Foundation case

13 January 2022: Magopeni case victory

7 December 2021: SANEF and CFE fight SABC’s bid to hold Magopeni’s disciplinary action behind closed doors

29 November 2021: Access to former President Jacob Zuma’s  tax documents

25 November 2021: For the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, a focus on those who cannot speak out or whose voices are not heard

20 October 2021: Statement on events in eSwatini