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    • LIP Woordfeeskoerant 2007 

      Schreuder, Gina; Engelbrecht, Sarietha; Du Plessis, André-Pierre; Du Plooy, Daniëlla; Cillié, Joanita; Grobler, Riëtte; Segage, Tsholofelo; Van der Spuy, Anri; Van der Merwe, Naudé; Adriaanse, Cobus; Styan, James; Van Niekerk, Alida; Els, Rozanne; Conchar, Claire; Uithaler, Jocelyn; Scholtz, Herman; Franz, Illana; Gregor, Simone; McNaught-Davis, Ian; McGuire, Juliet; Petersen, Margaux; Africa, Siyabonga (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2007)
      The LIP Woordfeeskoerant is an independent Woordfees festival newspaper produced by the BPhil (Journalism) class of that specific year in the Department of Journalism, Stellenbosch University.

    • The media on trial: An investigation into the media’s portrayal of the law 

      Van der Spuy, Anri (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2009-12)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: The relationship between the media and the law is an important one, especially in an adolescent democracy like South Africa. On the one hand the law has the power to control the fundamental right to ...

    • Stellenbosch Media Forum 2007 

      Grobler, Riëtte; Africa, Siyabonga; Scholtz, Herman; Cillié, Joanita; Styan, James-Brent; Petersen, Margaux; Gregor, Simone; Uithaler, Jocelyn; McNaught Davis, Ian; Adriaanse, Cobus; Els, Rozanne; Segage, Tsholofelo; Frantz, Illana; Conchar, Claire; Schreuder, Gina; Engelbrecht, Sarietha; McGuire, Juliet; Van Niekerk, Alida; Du Plessis, André-Pierre; Du Plooy, Daniëlla; Van der Spuy, Anri; Van der Merwe, Naudé (Department of Journalism, Stellenbosch University, 2007)
      When the High Court ruled that the Sunday Times may not publish cartoons about the prophet Mohammed, it sent out a powerful message: religious people have a constitutional right to be protected from hate speech and ...