National Geographic quick request: African/South African time travel films/TV etc?

I'm working on a short piece for National Geographic's website comparing time travel devices in various countries movies, but haven't found any examples from Africa. Can you help? 26 Mar 2010

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media ethics and codes

Don`t exist. 7 Mar 2007

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What does it take to get a community newspaper going?

I have run a community newsletter in my local community and would now like to take it further than the double-sided A4 sheet. 22 Aug 2006

The role of a press club

What role should a press club play in the media world, and what should it aim for? 10 Oct 2005

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Front page horror pic

I can never understand the kind of reasoning that informs the content on the Daily Sun. Yesterday, I saw a front page picture of the daily - a gruesome picture of somebody whose face was burned. 8 Feb 2005

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What is Johnnic doing to Sowetan?

The low down dirty headlines are not working, they might for the Daily Sun but not for the average Sowetan readers, which is why they read Sowetan and not the Daily Sun. 10 Nov 2004

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How about a second Afrikaans Sunday paper?

Rapport is become so sensational and is simply not catering for 'forward-thinking' Afrikaners (yes, believe it or not -- we are out here!!)... 8 Nov 2004

Daily Sun makes no ethics sense

In this new culture of journalistic titillation {as perpetuated by the Daily Sun}, we teach our readers that trivia is significant, that the lurid and the loopy are more important than real news. 9 Sep 2004

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Where has the English language gone?

After reading an article by Barry Ronge in the Sunday Times Magazine about sub editors trashing his writing, I worry about the standard of writing in South Africa. 24 Aug 2004

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Papsak canned

In light of the announcement to ban the papsak from shelves. I think it is a brilliant idea! 17 Jun 2004

ThisDay launched on 7 October - will it survive?

It is a national daily at R3.00/issue. Will advertisers support it? How does the first few issues look? The focus is quality news with daily copy from the London Times and New York Times. Sharing African focused content with the Nigerian This Day should also raise the quality and reduce costs. 9 Oct 2003

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