All the [South African] media—with the exception of the alternative press—violated the public's basic right to information on what had been done on their behalf in the name of apartheid. … By keeping the public in the dark, they contributed to a climate in which human rights abuses against blacks could and did prevail.
Research Article| May 01 2000
Lingering Legacy: Apartheid and the South African Press
Current History (2000) 99 (637): 227–230.
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Lyn Graybill; Lingering Legacy: Apartheid and the South African Press. Current History 1 May 2000; 99 (637): 227–230. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2000.99.637.227
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