Global Media Journal: African Edition is maintained by the Journalism Department of Stellenbosch University in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It was launched in October 2007. It is advised by an editorial board of prominent International Communication scholars from throughout the world and publishes research papers, professional articles, and book reviews. Global Media Journal: African Edition is published bi-annually.
Besides the original American edition the following global editions have been established: African, Arabic, Australian, Brazilian, Canadian, Chinese, German, Indian, Malaysian, Mediterranean, Pakistan, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Mexican and Turkish.
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Vol 9, No 2 (2015)
Table of Contents
|Against All Odds: Media Survive in Palestine|
|Dress, Address and Redress: The Relationships between Female Domestic Workers and their Employers in Cape Town, South Africa|
|Tanja Bosch, Caitlin McLeod|
|Implications of Issue Salience in the Online News of the 2011 Somali Famine|
|Sharafa Dauda, Bahiyah Omar|
|Media Retaliation against the 2015 Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa: The Case of the QFM Radio in Zambia|
|Reactions and Actions to Xenophobia in South Africa: An Analysis of The Herald and The Guardian Online Newspapers|
|Aretha O. Asakitikpi, Joanah Gadzikwa|
|Striving Media, Sprawling ICC, and Sacrosanct Government: The Kenyan Entanglement|
|Xenophobia in Literature and Film as a Re-claim of Space and Re-make of Apartheid|
|Katunga Joseph Minga|
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