Right2Know Campaign took the fight for lower data and airtime costs to the doors of SA’s big 4 mobile networks.
Among R2K’s #DataMustFall protest demands is free SMSes for all.
R2K has called out MTN and Vodacom, over what it calls ruthless profiteering from high data costs, that are widening the digital divide in South Africa.
On the Marikana Massacre’s fourth anniversary, R2K will hold a vigil in front of the SABC’s Cape Town offices, to demand it airs Miners Shot Down.
Protestors from various civil society groups descended upon the ANC headquarters today to hand over a list of demands pertaining to the SABC crisis.
Protestors handed over a list of demands to the ANC at its headquarters in Johannesburg, demanding, among other things, the removal of Faith Muthambi.
Right2Know Campaign and SOS Coalition will lead a protest at Luthuli House tomorrow to demonstrate against “political interference” by the ANC at the SABC.
Tell SA’s Parliament just what you think about the FPB’s plan to implement a censorship strategy for online content.
The group will hold two pickets in Johannesburg and Cape Town to highlight the government’s surveillance capacity
Right2Know takes South African government to task over concerns “about the state of surveillance”.
The Right2Know campaign demands that the FPB shows how it reached the conclusion that the public is down with internet censorship.
These handy services make it easy to lodge your thoughts on SA’s new internet regulations.
Right2Know campaign publishes details of how South African security services may be abusing power.
The City will be fighting a ruling to gain information on Sanral.
Officially being listed as a NKP could make it problematic to publish images of the SKA project, one of SA’s most ambition tech projects.
The campaign aims to convince the government that it should be providing all citizens in South Africa with free set-top boxes.