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2020 Access to information technologies and consumption of fruits and vegetables in South Africa: evidence from nationally representative data
Extensive evidence indicates that fruit and vegetable (F+V) consumption leads to reduced chances of diet related non-communicable diseases (...
2019 An inconvenient marriage: media freedom and access to information in Africa: the South African perspective
In 2013, the African Commission released a model law access to information in Africa, in the midst of what is identified here as growing tre...Download this report
This study explores the possibilities for open data as a knowledge governance mechanism that could benefit environmental management in South...
2007 State-media relations in post-apartheid South Africa: an application of comparative media systems theory
In 2004, Daniel Hallin and Paolo Mancini published a landmark work of media theory entitled Comparing media systems: three models of media a...