MAHLATSE MAHLASE: Defending media freedom in SA is a continuous battle
Despite the fact that the media’s rights are enshrined in our Constitution, we have learnt in the 27-year journey of our democracy that even when guaranteed, freedom still needs defenders, says Sanef’s Mahlatse Mahlase.
MAHLATSE MAHLASE: Why the Thuma Mina Whatsapp group conspiracy is dangerous
The implications of disinformation campaigns and public attacks on journalists are far reaching, writes Mahlatse Mahlase.
MAHLATSE MAHLASE: If we can help SAA, we must help the SABC
This should be a seminal moment to do right by the SABC and its workers, who are central to building our nation, writes Mahlatse Mahlase.
Merging SA’s elections could pose a logistical challenge, warns IEC
The commission said it would need to print some 130 million ballots and vote counting could be more complex and possibly go beyond the current stipulated seven days.
Politically connected persons scored lucrative PPE tenders, Sars audit reveals
Sars Commissioner Edward Kieswetter gave details of the dodgy dealings during a meeting with the South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef).
MAHLATSE MAHLASE: Until Ramaphosa acts, ANC's anti-corruption moves are cosmetic
The reason the ANC is unable to tackle corruption within its ranks is because the nobility of joining the party to lead and serve society has long disappeared, writes Mahlatse Mahlase.
MAHLATSE MAHLASE: There are no politics around the COVID-19 mask - just wear one
The mask is a simple way to possibly save the lives of others, not just yourself. So use it, writes Mahlatse Mahlase.
MAHLATSE MAHLASE: Why the decision to open places of worship is disappointing
From early on, churches were identified as the biggest contributors to cluster outbreaks of COVID-19, writes Mahlatse Mahlase.
MAHLATSE MAHLASE: Funerals & COVID-19 - how the virus is robbing us of our grief
Coronavirus is not just changing our ways of living. It is also stealing our sense of ubuntu, writes Mahlatse Mahlase.
MAHLATSE MAHLASE: It’s time to humanise COVID-19 in SA
While people are living with the effects of the lockdown, they are not seeing the true impact of the disease that has stalked us for months now, writes Mahlatse Mahlase.
MAHLATSE MAHLASE: RamKhize to the rescue - leadership during coronavirus
The Ramaphosa and Mkhize duo is winning the hearts of South Africans with their strong command so far, writes Mahlatse Mahlase.
MAHLATSE MAHLASE: Letter to fellow journalists in this time of coronavirus
Now is the time to rebuild our relationship with the public, writes Sanef chair Mahlatse Mahlase.
MAHLATSE MAHLASE: Now is the time to listen to our government about coronavirus
It's time for us to get with the seriousness of the COVID-19 programme, writes Mahlatse Mahlase.
MAHLATSE MAHLASE: The thieves who stole dog food - the abnormal is normal in SA
We are a country where normal has become abnormal, and we resort to blaming the victims for not taking measures to protect themselves, writes Mahlatse Mahlase.
Setting the record straight on the EFF case - a letter from Sanef chair
"Some of the commentary expressed on the case between ourselves, five journalists and the Economic Freedom Fighters has misinterpreted our case."
MAHLATSE MAHLASE: SABC enforcers must hang their heads in shame
Shouldn’t we be holding Parliament, the ANC and many others responsible for the madness which occurred at the public broadcaster, asks Mahlatse Mahlase.
MAHLATSE MAHLASE: Tips for the undecided voter
As you contemplate who to vote for this election, Mahlatse Mahlase has listed a few things to think about when you make that important choice.
Ronald Lamola: Ramaphosa is going to finish his term
The NEC member told Eyewitness News that they will fight back any attempts to recall ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa.