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Michelle Avenant's picture

Prohibiting Privacy: why online activism isn't everything

Online media provide us with amazing ways of spreading the message and impact of a protest far beyond its original time frame and geographic boundaries. In doing so, they can easily undermine the safe space vital to many protests against sexual violence. This dawned on me at the Silent Protest last week.
 
What is the Silent Protest?
Kayla Lidstone's picture

Mobile Apps - optimizing the self

 Last week I spoke about the South African app Secret Agent – which was an interesting way of making small amounts of money for the average individual with an iPhone or Android smartphone.This week I’m going to look at other apps that have shaped the way we use the Internet in efficient ways.

Guy Berger's picture

What we mean by Journalism and Media Studies

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Every lecturer at Rhodes’ School of Journalism and Media Studies (JMS) subscribes to the vision statement. But everyone also has his or her individual interpretation.
No matter – the diversity is something to value. Yet it can cause difficulties when a discussion takes place with different folk meaning different things – but using the same words.

Guy Berger's picture

Putting media at the centre of accountability

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He’s gotten up the nose of Bhisho for several years, by highlighting cases where the Eastern Cape administration has been callous, corrupt and/or incompetent.
Through this, Colm Allan, the director of the Centre for Social Accountability, has become infamous for his work in the Public Service Accountability Monitor at Rhodes University. Its work in tracking problems in service delivery has positioned him as a trouble-maker in the eyes of many politicians and bureaucrats.

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Donor doubles new media scholarships

BUSINESS technology media company, ITWeb has announced the award of - not just one, but two - scholarships for new media for 2009. Tallulah Habib and Farzana Rasool, both third-year journalism students are the joint winners of the ITWeb Journalism Bursary introduced this year.

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