The Sanef Office relocated to Richmond, Johannesburg during December 2012.

Our new contact details are:

Telephone: 011 482 5771 / 011 482 6775 • Fax: 011 482 9132

Block A
1 Richmond Forum
Ground Floor
Cedar Avenue
Richmond, Johannesburg
(next to Johannesburg Country Club in Auckland Park)
2092

 

News

COMMEMORATION ON 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF BLACK WEDNESDAY

The South African National Editors’ Forum (SANEF) yesterday commemorated the 40th anniversary of Black Wednesday.… Read more…

Friday, 20 October 2017

DR. ZWELI MKHIZE ADDRESS AT SANEF ANNUAL FUNDRAISING GALA DINNER

As we gather tonight in commemoration of “Black Wednesday” and we honour our colleagues in… Read more…

Thursday, 19 October 2017

STATEMENT ON THE DEATH OF GOVIN REDDY

The South Africa National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) media industry mourns the loss of a key… Read more…

Friday, 13 October 2017

STATEMENT ON THE TREATMENT OF JOURNALISTS IN LESOTHO

The South Africa National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) expresses concern about the condition and situation of… Read more…

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

STATEMENT ON THE DEATH OF SIPHO KHUMALO

The South Africa National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) expresses its condolences to the family, colleagues and… Read more…

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

SANEF STATEMENT ON ZCC CALL FOR BOYCOTT OF TISO BLACKSTAR NEWSPAPERS

THE South African National Editors’ Forum (SANEF) urges the Zion Christian Church (ZCC) to withdraw… Read more…

Monday, 18 September 2017

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Quality

Sanef promotes excellence in journalism through training and education programmes as well as our free-of-charge publications.

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Freedom

Sanef supports a free press and the right of the media to work without fear of reprisal or intimidation.

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Ethics

Sanef is committed to encouraging ethically-driven media, and providing an environment for ethics discourse in the South African media.

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Diversity

Among Sanef’s key endeavours is the work of addressing racial and gender diversity in the media so that it more accurately reflects South Africa’s demographics.

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Members’ Blogs

Freedom of the African internet

Guy Berger – Thought Leader

Ahead of May 3 World Press Freedom Day, a new study of 37 countries gives the state of play for internet freedom in six African states. Here?s the pecking order: South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Zimbabwe … and Ethiopia. (Yes, there?s a place even more restrictive than Zimbabwe.) Although South...

Monday, 2 May 2011

For the Sunday Times, transparency should be the new credibility

Guy Berger – Thought Leader

It was only after Business Day published, that the Sunday Times proffered an editorial comment ? feebly asking the public to feel free to complain about any perceived problems....

Monday, 27 June 2011

How do we deal with fake news?

Anton Harber – The Harbinger

Are these leaked accusations about deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa?s marital infidelities true? Is this real or is it fake news? How does one even know who to believe? Sifting fact from fiction is one of the biggest challenges facing society today. Of course, fake news is not new. You may...

Friday, 8 September 2017

Was it right to publish the Ramaphosa emails?

Anton Harber – The Harbinger

No editor worth their salt likes to sit on juicy information. The basic (and correct) instinct of a journalist is to publish and be damned, never to hide something from one?s audience and always allow them make their own informed judgements. But was is right for the Sunday Independent to...

Wednesday, 13 September 2017