Forgot your password?
Already registered on Facebook or LinkedIn? Sign in using those account details.
Or register with: FacebookLinkedIn
What is your professional reputation? Click here to register and find out.
Post your Who's Who profile on your website or your blog with our handy profile sharing widget →
Ombud to take on department's complaint
Press Council's system being 'abused'
Media tribunal unlikely, says Thloloe
Ngoepe appointed to press council
Regulations will 'make journalism stronger'
See all →
Joseph Nong Thloloe
Joe Thloloe is a respected South African journalist and current Press Ombudsman. Thloloe is a former chairman of the South African National Editors' Forum (SANEF), deputy chairman of the Southern African Editors' Forum (SAEF) and president of the Union of Black Journalists and Media Workers Association of South Africa. Thloloe has worked as a journalist for over 50 years, including publications such as The World, Rand Daily Mail, Golden City Post and Drum magazine, and is a former deputy editor of Sowetan. He was also editor in chief of both SABC News and e.tv News. In 1988, he was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University. He has also been honoured with various other awards, including the Alan Kirkland Soga Lifetime Achiever at the eighth annual Mondi Shanduka Newspaper Awards in May 2009.
41 Westcliff Drive, Parkview, Johannesburg, 2193
Publishing, Printing and Print Media
Awarded in 2011
Honorary Doctorate in Law
For Media Integrity
Incorrect information? Click here to report this profile.
Join Who's Who and earn badges while our ranking system tracks your professional progress: