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BizCommunity article features SAFREA's Laura Rawden

Leigh Andrews, Editor-in-Chief: Marketing & Media at Bizcommunity.com, sat down with SAFREA Chair Laura Rawden to discuss SAFREA's recent rates report and the future of freelancing in South Africa. 

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SAFREA Western Cape event unpacks contract law

SAFREA welcomed Eitan Stern to 6 Spin Street last Thursday evening for the Western Cape region’s May event on contract law. Stern is the founder and director of Legalese, a creative legal agency designed to give small businesses and creative industry freelancers access to legal solutions.

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SAFREA expresses concern over possible press infringements by Northern Cape premier’s office

The Southern African Freelancers’ Association expresses concern about alleged infringements of constitutional press freedoms by members of the Northern Cape Office of the Premier.

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SAFREA presents career-building tips for freelancers at Madex in Johannesburg

Freelance creatives looking to get an edge in the job market are the focus of an upcoming session from the Southern African Freelancers’ Association (SAFREA) at Madex in Johannesburg.

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SAFREA featured in SATI Muratho journal

SAFREA's Freelance Media and Industry Report was recently mentioned in the Southern African Translators' Institute (SATI) Muratho journal.

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SAFREA receives media coverage following event on fake news

SAFREA Western Cape made the front section of BizCommunity's media news website following their event last month on fake news. 

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SAFREA Western Cape event takes an honest look at #FakeNews

SAFREA Western Cape held a captivating event last week inside the beautiful and historic Sir Herbert Baker building at 6 Spin Street in Cape Town. 

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SAFREA Gauteng South event looks at the future of freelancing

Last Saturday, Johannesburg Safreans met at the Graft Yard, a freelancer co-working space in Randburg. Clive Lotter, a freelancer for 21 years, delivered a presentation on how he believes freelancing works at present and how this career and lifestyle choice is likely to unfold over the next years.

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SAFREA releases first-ever freelance media trends and income report

The Southern African Freelancers’ Association (SAFREA) has released ground-breaking research into the local freelance economy with the 2016 SA Freelance Media Industry and Rates Report.

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SAFREA supports CPJ and jailed journalists worldwide

SAFREA supports the dedicated work and commitment shown by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) in publishing their 2016 prison census, which documents the 259 journalists currently jailed worldwide.

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