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New Nation, Johannesburg, -1988 NAI, SAK.

The future of indigenous publishing in Africa, Development Dialogue. A journal of international developemnt cooperation, Dag Hammarskjold Foundation, Uppsala, Vol. 1997: 1-2, 1997 hes,

SA Media database,

WWW: http://corporate.sabinet.co.za

South African British? Or Dominion South Africans? The Evolution of an Identity in the 1910s and 1920s, South African Historical Journal, Vol. 43,
2000 KB: Brug på stedet, Læsesal Øst,

Liberation - a journal of democratic discussion,


Barnett, Clive The contradictions of broadcasting reform in post-apartheid South Africa, Review of African political economy, 25 : 78, 1998, 551-570

hes /79, NAI,
Brewer, John D.: After Soweto. An Unfinished Journey,
Oxford, Clarendon, 1986 KB: el-87-714.
Christopher Merrett, The Culture of Censorship: Secrecy and Intellectual Repression in South Africa,
David Philip, SA / Mercer University Press, GA, 1994
Davenport, Rodney and Christopher Saunders: The English Language Press under Apartheid, South African Historical Journal, Vol. 43, 267-77

Edited by: Adrian Hadland (Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa) Herman Wasserman (Stellenbosch University, South Africa) Eric Louw (University of Queensland, Australia) Simphiwe Sasanti (Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa) At the end of the rainbow: power, politics and identity in post-apartheid South African media,
Human Sciences Research Council 2006?
Evans, Nicholas & Seeber, Monica (Eds.), The Politics of Publishing in South Africa,
UK. Holger Ehling Publishing, 2000
Glaser, Daryl, The media inquiry reports of the South African Human Rights Commission : a critique, African Affairs, 396, pp. 373-393,
2000 hes download,
Hachten, William A. / C. Anthony Giffard: The press and apartheid: repression and propaganda in South Africa,
London : Macmillan, 1984 NAI,
Hachten, William A.: The Press and Apartheid.
Madison, Wisc, 1984 KB: el-86-478.
Heard, Anthony H.: The press in South Africa: twilight of freedom? Fra Sethi (ed.): The South African Quagmire. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1987 KB: el-88-999.
Horwitz, Robert B.: Communication and Democratic Reform in South Africa,
Cambridge University Press, 2001 NAI: hor sy,
Human Rights Commission, Faultlines: Inquiry into Racism in the Media, A SAHRC Report, August 2000,
2000 hes download http://www.sahrc.org.za/faultlines.PDF
Hyden G, Leslie M, Ogundimu F F (eds), Media and Democracy in Africa,

Joyce, Peter (ed.): The rise and fall of apartheid: the chronicle of a divided society as told through South Africa's newspapers,
Cape Town: Struik, 1990 SOAS, BL.
Keyan Tomaselli / P. Eric Louw (eds.): The alternative press in South Africa, (Studies on the South African Media), London : James Currey, 1991 NAI: Huvudkatalogen: 7226
Keyan Tomaselli, The political economy of transformation in the post-apartheid South African media, ASC Research Seminar,

McCormack, Dewar: Sydafrika - mediebilleder eller virkelighed?: en appel til den sunde fornuft.
Oversættelse: Jorgen Parning., Kontrast, Værlose, 1990 KB: Indgået..
Miller, Seumas: Freedom of the press, Politikon: South African journal of political science, Vol, 22, pp. 24-35,
1995 hes /-, NAI: Tidskriftskatalogen: 938,
N'Tani Venantius Valentine, Souliy Fondzenso: The image of African national liberation movements in the West German and Soviet press, 1972-1982 : focusing on the South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO of Namibia) and the African National Congress, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität,
1987 NAI: Bt nt,
Niddrie, David / Barrell, Howard: The South African mass media in a post-apartheid society, Paper presented at the conference on The South African Economy After Apartheid., University of York, 1986 (sept) York,
Pankendorf, Harold: The afrikaner press: free to a degree. Fra Sethi (ed.): The South African Quagmire. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1987 KB: el-88-999.
Phelan, John M.: Apartheid media: disinformation and dissent in South Africa.
Westport, Conn., 1987 NAI,
Pillay, Devan, Media diversity and the contested character of the post-apartheid state, Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies vol. 31 no. 2 167-184 (November 2004) (Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Pillay, Saradar: The African Communist: An indispensable resource. African Communist, No. 118, London, 1989 hes,
RSA: Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Mass Media.RP89/1981 Vol. 3. (Stein Komm.) Gov. Printer, Pretoria, 1982 hes /53, kun contents, NAI,
Sean Jacobs, Public Sphere, Power and Democratic Politics: Media and Policy Debates in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Awarding Institution: University of London, Birkbeck College School of Politics and Sociology (May 2004)

Stanbridge, Roland: Limitations on press freedom in South Africa. Pap. prep. for 8. Gen. Conf. Intern. Peace Res. Ass. 18-23/8, SIAS, Uppsala, 1979 hes, kun forside, NAI,
Switzer, Les & D.: Annotatet list of black, coloured and Indian news papers in South Africa, 1837-1960, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, SA, G.K.Hall, Boston, 1979
Switzer, Les and Mohamed adhikari (eds.): South Africa’s Resistance Press. Alternative Voices in the Last Generation Under Apartheid, Ohio University Center for International Studies, Africa Series No. 74,
2000 hes.
Switzer, Les: The Black Press in South Africa and Lesotho: a descriptive bibl. Bibliographies and Guides in African Studies, G.K.Hall, Boston, Mass, 1979 NAI,
Switzer, Les: South Africa's Alternative Press: Voices of Protest and Ressistance, 1880s-1960s.
Cambridge University Press, 1997 CAS: 30.125 so,
Tomaselli, Keyan / Ruth Tomaselli / Johan Muller (ed.): The Press in South Africa,
London: James Currey, 1989/87 CAS: 30.125 Pr,
Woods, Donald: Asking for trouble: autobiography of a banned journalist,
Penguin, 1987 NAI,
Woods, Donald: Apartheid - the propaganda and the reality,
London, 1985
Woods, Donald: South African Dispatches,
penguin, 1988
Woods, Donald: Rainbow Nation Revisited. South Africas Decade of Democracy,
London: André Deutch,

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