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English, 19.06.2021 22:30, Gwapecwupcakes

1. INTRODUCTION and devocie
Define the word "media" and give three examples of media in South
Africa. Furthermore, motivate why a study on media is important in
a democratic country like South Africa.
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2. MEDIA LAWS, TYPES AND THEIR EVOLUTION
24. Name the Chapter of the South African Constitution that guarantees the
rights of all the South African citizens to free press. Moreover, which
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