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    Anonymous

    Hear! Hear!

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    Martin

    Biased reporting is not unique to South Africa. In fact, I suggest that South African journalism is relatively balanced compared with much overseas media, including English tabloids and certain international TV news and reality channels I won’t mention by name. The drift towards sensationalism, bias, and the mingling of news and comment is a horrible, global phenomenon that threatens the status of journalism everywhere.

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    Riaan Vermeulen

    Not to even mention new media’s tendency to Copy-n-Paste style of reporting. Don’t get me started on the frustrating attempts to keep news sites “fresh” by republishing the same content over and over under different headings, often adding only one new line or quote. Face it…papers write stories to get people to buy them in order to sell more adds…not to simply report the truth.

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    Anorth Mabunda

    Go and observe Chris. We are eagerly waiting for your feedback

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