'Anyone and everyone can make submissions' about the media industry

The South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef) chair Mahlatse Mahlase says it is calling for submissions on ethics and media credibility.

Anyone and everyone can make submissions.

Mahlatse Mahlase, Chairperson - Sanef

She says it is an opportunity to look at the media industry and engage with the public to find out if there is a better way of doing things.

This is about taking a pause as an industry and thinking about how we do our work, about ethical breaches that may exist.

Mahlatse Mahlase, Chairperson - Sanef

Send submissions to Panel@mediainquiry.co.za

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