Lady Gaga Row Over South Africa 'Censorship'
Lady Gaga's decision to ban photography at her South African concerts has been described as a form of censorship that conflicts with the country's constitution.
South Africa: Lady Gaga - an Avatar for Our Times? (analysis)
The South African Civil Society Information Service, 3 December 2012
Madonna modelled herself on a sexually unrestrained, powerful and de-sanitised version of Marilyn Monroe and rebelled against patriarchal Catholic constraints of the feminine, ... read more »
South Africa: Concert Ban On Photos Concerns Sanef
Biz-Community, 30 November 2012
There is a ban on free news media photography at the Lady Gaga Concerts in Johannesburg and Cape Town, with the organisers only making available selected publicity photographs. The ... read more »
South African National Editors' Forum, 29 November 2012
The South African National Editors' Forum has noted with concern the complete ban on free news media photography at the Lady Gaga Concerts in Johannesburg and Cape Town. Sanef ... read more »
South Africa: Fans go 'Gaga' for American Singer
South African Press Association, 28 November 2012
Tears flowed and screams echoed around Lanseria International Airport on Tuesday night when American singer Lady Gaga arrived. read more »
American pop star Lady Gaga