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Zvenyika Eckson Mubari - 2016


Rethinking news values and newsroom practices in postcolonial contexts and the construction of subaltern identities


Shepherd Mpofu – 2014

Public and diasporic online media in the discursive construction of national identity: A case of ‘Zimbabwe’


Joyce Omwoha - 2014 

Talk radio and the public sphere: Jambo Kenya's role in democratization. 


Christopher Armstrong – 2013

The accidental centralisation of South African TV, 1990 to 2011: Policymaking confuses the regional/local question and undermines the public interest





Jessica Pereira - 2015 (Distinction) 

Believe in yourself(ie): A study of young, ordinary South African women who share selfies on Instagram.


Simphiwe Rens - 2015 (Distinction)

Striving Towards ‘Perfection’? Investigating the Consumption of Self-help Media Texts by Black South Africans in Post-Apartheid


Katlego Disemelo – 2014 (Distinction)

Whither the black man? Queering race and representation in South African glossy gay-oriented consumer magazines


Christiane Botha – 2014 (Distinction)

FHM Girls: sexy self-representation in contemporary South Africa


Jabulani Nkuna – 2014

Universal access at Crossroads: A political economy of the digital migration policies in South Africa


Nkosinathi Selekane – 2014

Four-Four Masihlalisane – Newspaper representation of the South African minibus taxi industry on issues about the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system


Lee-Ann Magidson – 2013

‘Love is just a game in a mediated world’: The representation of gender in The Bachelor and The Bachelorette


Sylvia Mabogoshi Matlala – 2013

Rebuilding the South African black family in Khumbul’ekhaya: A textual and reception study


Zongile Mthinkulu – 2011

Regulating freedom?: An examination of the discourse on internet regulation and freedom of expression in South Africa


Luca Senatore – 2010

Factors influencing internet diffusion in South Africa: Implications for the roll-out of e-government


Anne-Marie Rague – 2009

Crisis in the time of change: Media coverage of the Zuma corruption trial and in the run- up to the general elections of March 2009



Sean Thurtell – 2014 (Distinction)

South African mall zombies: A holistic ethnographic narrative of retail sensory consumption, by means of multi-modal discourse analysis


Firdaus Khan – 2014 (Distinction)

The discourse of diversity in Disney


Louise Crouch – 2014 (Distinction)

From Whatsapp, with love: Conducting romantic relationships over social media


Vizikhungo Ntshanyana – 2014

An exploration of the media's representation of the Cape Town poo protests


Sphesihle Khanyile – 2014

Izikhothane representing themselves: A thematic multi-modal discourse analysis of online spaces of engagement


Monique Gibbs – 2014

The sneaker-head subculture: Sneaker-heads vs hypebeasts


Siphokuhle Ntombela – 2013

“But where is the bride?”: Competing traditional representations of the traditional Zulu gay wedding


Thandekile Tshabalala – 2013

The danger of a single story: Re-reading media transformation policies in South Africa through the use of critical theory




Doric Sithole – Communications Manager at British Council
Thato Mapule 
– Associate at Brunswick Group
Xolelwa Nomgca 
– Communications Manager at Lexus South Africa
Zongile Mthinkulu 
– Producer at ANN7
Savo Cerpnich – Marketing/Public Relations Manager at Deutsche Internationale Schule
Natasha Ramasray 
– Digital Marketing Specialist at FNB South Africa
Luca Senatore 
– Business Unit Head at Mediology
Sherzadi Rakmatullah 
– Digital Media Specialist at Initiative Media
Hlulani Masingi 
– PR/Marketing & Events Coordinator at Kwenta Media
Clyde Davis 
– Digital Marketing Specialist at Sony Music Africa
Palesa Beja 
– Managing Director at Diamond Arrow Properties
Rachel Auckland 
– Consultant at Impact Strategy Consulting
Serialong Kolisang 
– Communications Manager at Eventit.co.za
Ninisi Dikgale 
– Assistant Community Manager at Raizcorp
Sibongile Sindane 
– Lecturer, UNISA
Nkosinathi Selekane 
– Lecturer, UNISA
Jabulani Nkuna 
– Lecturer, UNISA

Ashtyn McKenzie - Reporter, Caxton Media



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