Jane Duncan: The Unreported Story of Marginalised Communities in South Africa

11 Nov 2010

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SACSIS Columnist, Prof. Jane Duncan, highlights a case of police brutality against members of an impoverished community that is not being reported by the media. She made these remarks at a roundtable discussion co-hosted by SACSIS and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung South Africa Office.

The roundtable discussion, which examined the media's perspective of the South African economy, put the following questions to editors: Is the economy on the right growth path? What are the prospects for making it more inclusive? How does the media report on the economy? Does the media have a vision for South Africa's economic development?

Media speakers at the event included, Mondli Makhanya (Editor in Chief, Avusa Media/Chairperson, SANEF), Nic Dawes (Editor in Chief of the Mail & Guardian), Reg Rumney (Head of the Centre for Economics Journalism in Africa, Rhodes University) and Alide Dasnois (Editor of the Cape Times).

You can find this page online at http://sacsis.org.za/site/article/309.19.

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