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Concern over SA media bill

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South African MPs have approved a controversial media bill despite widespread criticism that it stifles freedom of speech. And Archbishop Desmond Tutu has warned this could be used to outlaw whistle-blowing and investigative journalism.

Professor Kobus Van Rooyen, chairman of South Africa's Broadcasting Complaints Commission, gives his take on the situation.


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