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#BizTrends2022: Doing the right thing, beating the rhetoric and embracing activism
#BizTrends2022: Discriminatory AI and disinformation powered by deep fakes
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Companies worldwide could face customer backlash if they fail to take action on climate change
Local plastics industry lauded for commitment to recycling
Benchmark store data is key for a level playing field in SA's retail sector
Palesa Madumo, CEO of Vuma Reputation Management
Gibs Media Leadership Think Tank launch - Social media, internet shutdowns, incitement and democracy
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Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) launches Media Leadership Think Tank
Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) launches Media Leadership Think Tank

Issued by Gordon Institute of Business Science 9 Sep 2021

Disinformation takes a hit from PRCA
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PRCA condemns disinformation report
Wan-Ifra Digital Media Africa Awards finalists announced
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Restricting digital media is a gamble for African leaders
Kenya and South Africa have a high exposure to disinformation. shutterstock
Tina Fordham, partner, Avonhurst
Public trust in the media is at a new low: a radical rethink of journalism is needed
Mike McCarthy on the future of CNN, Trump, social media and fake news
#BizTrends 2021: Not all news is trusted news
Top IT security threats in 2021
SANEF calls for responsible media reporting on Covid-19 and vaccines
Misinformation on social media fuels vaccine hesitancy: a global study shows the link
#OrchidsandOnions: 'Covidiots' take note...
A substantial proportion of people may refuse or delay taking a Covid-19 vaccine. Shutterstock
To suppress the Covid-19 pandemic, tens of millions of South Africans would have to be vaccinated. Nothing at that scale has been done here before. Photo: Armin Kübelbeck (CC-BY-SA via Wikimedia Commons)
#PulpNonFiction: It's all narrative
Beautiful News celebrates 4 years of proving that good news sells
Know your property valuation types to avoid being led astray
5 benefits to consolidating your audience engagement
Rethinking your security posture in the time of Covid-19
The Sunday Times, South Africa’s largest weekend newspaper, was used to spread disinformation. Gianluigi Guercia/AFP via Getty Images.
#PulpNonFiction: If you can't trust yourself, who can you trust?
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Freely available, virtual 22nd Encounters Doccie Fest to open with 'Influence' premiere
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Getting real about fake news
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Protecting your web conferences during Covid-19
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Volodymyr Zelensky, President of Ukraine, at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on 22 January 2020. EPA-EFE/GIAN EHRENZELLER.
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