Safrea's chair, Clive Lotter, expresses concern about unpaid internships in a press release published today.
Editor of a popluar women's magazine, Elle, Emilie Gambade presented to Safrea Western Cape at the end of October.
Educated in France and the US, Emilie first interned for Elle South Africa in 1997. She went on to have a successful freelance writing and editing career, which included being the managing editor of Marie Claire, fashion editor of the Daily Maverick, and regular contributor to the Mail & Guardian.
Her presentation is available here for download or to be viewed on this site. it is under 80 megabytes.
Safrea in the Western Cape recently hosted an evening dedicated to social media strategy and enjoyed a presentation by social media expert, Lynne Smit, of Hippo Communications.
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Safrea sent in a detailed response well in time for the Department of Trade and Industry's proposed amendment to the Copyright Act.
Read a synopsis of these comments here.
The Southern African Freelancers’ Association (Safrea) is greatly concerned about the potential impacts of the Copyright Amendment Bill, as gazetted by the Department of Trade and Industry (dti) on 27 July 2015.