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State of Secrets

POIB in perspective: a reasonable attempt to protect the nation? Or a draconian crackdown?
6 months 2 days ago
Former Intelligence Minister Ronnie Kasrils called on journalists to question the so-called secrecy bill and report on it insightfully. Read Full Article
7 months 1 week ago
President Jacob Zuma has referred the controversial Protection of State Information Bill back to the National Assembly, he said on Thursday. Read Full Article
11 months 3 weeks ago
The Protection of State Information Bill is on its way to President Jacob Zuma to be signed into law. Make sure you know the basics about this controversial legislation. Read Full Article
11 months 3 weeks ago
The Protection of State Information Bill remains a threat to South Africa's press freedom, the Freedom of Expression Institute said on Friday. Read Full Article
11 months 4 weeks ago
The Southern African Catholics Bishops' Conference has joined calls for President Jacob Zuma to refer the controversial Protection of State Information Bill to the Constitution. Read Full Article
11 months 4 weeks ago
The controversial Protection of State Information Bill awaits President Jacob Zuma's decision on whether or not to be passed into law. Read Full Article
11 months 4 weeks ago
The Protection of State Information Bill is expected to be challenged in the Constitutional Court by opposition parties and civil rights organisations. Read Full Article
11 months 4 weeks ago
The Protection of State Information Bill has been passed by the National Assembly after the two Houses of Parliament started workng on it over five years ago. Read Full Article
12 months 1 day ago
Despite committing to opposing the Protection of State Information Bill opposition MPs have claimed it is no longer applicable to refer to the bill as the ‘Secrecy Bill'. Read Full Article
1 year 2 weeks ago
Renowned photographer David Goldblatt sent an open letter to President Jacob Zuma, explaining why he turned down the prestigious Order of Ikhamanga Silver. Read Full Article

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