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Mediaworks was a non-governmental organisation dedicated to promoting democratic and gender aware media and communication in South Africa. It emerged in 1996 out of a transformation process of the former CAP Media Project. 

Mediaworks informational brochure – PDF (3MB)

Mediaworks Annual Report 1997 – PDF (2MB)
Mediaworks Annual Report 1998 – PDF (2MB)
Mediaworks Annual Report 1999 – PDF (1MB)

Documents

Vision for Women’s Media Watch 2000 – 2005 – PDF (370kB)

Report, January – May 1998 – PDF (500kB)
Report, March – September 1998 – PDF (1MB)

Minutes

Meeting, 10 June 1995 – PDF (345kB)
Meeting, 1 July 1995 – PDF (395kB)
Meeting, 29 July 1995 – PDF (450kB)
Meeting, 27 June 1998 – PDF (260kB)

Newsletters

Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 1998, no.1 – PDF (2MB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 1998, no.2 – PDF (533kB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 1998, no.4 – PDF (1MB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 1998, no.10 – PDF (1MB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 1998, no.11/12 – PDF (1MB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 1999, no.1 – PDF (1MB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 1999, no.2 – PDF (1MB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 1999, no.3 – PDF (870kB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 1999, no.6 – PDF (1MB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 1999, no.7 – PDF (900kB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 1999, no.9 – PDF (1MB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 2000, no.4 – PDF (2MB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 2000, no.5 – PDF (2MB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 2000, no.9 – PDF (1MB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 2000, no.11/12 – PDF (1MB)
Women’s Media Watch Newsletter 2001, no.2 – PDF (2MB)

Mogamat Allie-Ebrahim, Belinda Berman, George Bongo, Annie Botes, James Brew, Anthea Carolus, Colin Carter, Jacqueline du Toit, Sedica Davids, Celestine Doty, Louise Eriksson, Crystal Gertse, Olga Hesselink, Sue Howell, Chrystal Hunter, Bruce Kadalie, Thenjiwe Kona, Gabrielle Le Roux, Rashied Lombard, Agatha Zodwa Mahapa, Nzululwazi Mahlaka, Eronini Megwa, Yasaar Nakchbendi, Dorothy Ntone, Fiona Oliver, Jill Pointer, Karen Press, Sue Riley, Pethu Serote, Bryan Slingers, Marcus Solomon, Martin Stevens, Ethel Tladi, Ian Van Rooyen, Bukelwa Voko, Jimmy Yekiso