Not rest & recreation, but rights and responsibilities. For cops and correspondents. Like exists in New York:
Jumpy police are jumping on South African reporters and photojournalists all too often these days. Last week the Sowetan, last year, Grocott's Mail, and yet others in between.
Here's my contribution to a Charter of rights and responsibilities:
So, there's this proposal for a Media Standards Board, to be appointed by a Minister, put forward by the Tanzanian government in February. Among the functions of this body is to:
"Spearhead recognition of journalism as a profession, by rescuing the media sector from harbouring incompetent and unqualified journalists ...".
Accordingly, "no person shall practise professional journalism in Tanzania" unless accredited by the Board.