city press

  1. Jan

    Newspaper circulation in South Africa vs online news platforms

    Death of newspapers in South Africa — and the rise of online The circulation of newspapers in South Africa plummeted over the last decade, while news websites have shown incredible growth. The latest Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) of South Africa’s newspaper circulation figures painted a...
  2. Kevin Lancaster

    South Africa power blackout doomsday plans

    SA power blackout doomsday plans In the case of a national power blackout, Zuma and his cabinet will be taken to a secret location and soldiers will be deployed to protect the SABC and other key points
  3. Kevin Lancaster

    SABC bans City Press ads - watch them here

    Banned City Press ads – here they are The SABC has refused to air three City Press ads, deeming them “not suitable for transmission”
  4. QuintonB

    E-toll Bill: why Zuma signed

    Truth behind Zuma’s e-toll signing: report President Jacob Zuma has signed the e-tolls into law last week; the reasons behind this decision revealed in newspaper report
  5. QuintonB

    Who's to blame for poor pay-TV competition?

    Poor DStv competition because of useless ICASA: report ICASA is not acting effectively as a competition regulator in the pay-TV market, argue industry insiders
  6. jes

    "Commend me" says Minister Dina Pule

    "Commend me" says Minister Dina Pule “I understand what I’m doing” says the Minister of Communications, reacting to claims the department is dysfunctional
  7. jes

    DoC complaint against Sunday Times to be investigated

    DoC complaint against Sunday Times to be investigated The Press Ombudsman will investigate a complaint by the communications department against the Sunday Times
  8. QuintonB

    DoC vs Sunday Times: mud-slinging continues

    DoC vs Sunday Times: the battle continues The battle between the Sunday Times and the Department of Communications continues, with both sides providing new feedback about the issue
  9. Jan

    DStv exclusive SuperSport rights in spotlight

    DStv under fire MultiChoice is about to come under regulatory scrutiny, reports City Press.
  10. jes

    SA hack attack retaliation: Government brings in own hackers

    SA hack attack retaliation: Government brings in own hackers SITA brings in own hackers to protect government websites from international cyber-attacks, says report
  11. jes

    Telkom R34-million advertising report "patronising and racist": The New Age

    Telkom R34-million advertising report "patronising and racist": The New Age The New Age hits back against City Press report which claims Telkom is The New Age’s top advertiser
  12. jes

    Telkom, Eskom, and Transnet blew R37m on Gupta breakfasts: report

    Telkom, Eskom, and Transnet blew R37m on Gupta breakfasts: report Newspaper report says that R37 million was spend on business breakfasts organised by the Gupta family
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