By putting in place rules to manage possible negative effects, Judge Dunstan Mlambo has created an excellent precedent to bring the courts into our living rooms, writes Anton Harber. But some attention should also be paid to the rest of the justice system.
There are two truths to remember about the line between advertising and editorial: money for journalism has to come from somewhere, and credibility is important for individuals and business, writes M&G Ombud Franz Krüger in his column in the paper.
The media are gearing up for what is likely to be the biggest story of the year, the Oscar Pistorius trial. In the media frenzy, complexities of the case may well be lost, argues Anton Harber in his column.
The SABC's ongoing leadership problems highlight a fundamental problem: the organisation's journalists are not free to take editorial decisions – the controversial policy of upward referral prevents it. Rhodes University's Prof Jane Duncan writes for the SA Civil Society Information Service.