High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The South African Press
Association, commonly known as SAPA, is the national news agency of
South Africa. The agency was established on July 1, 1938, by major
South African newspapers to facilitate the sharing of news. Reuters
had dominated the internal supply of news in South Africa until
1938. When SAPA was founded, Reuters retained the exclusive right
to supply it with world news. Reuters ended this partnership in
1995, when it began expanding its own Southern African activities
in competition with SAPA. In February 1938, the constitution for
the new agency was framed, and by April that year, it became a
co-operative news agency under the control of every British and
Afrikaans newspaper that wished to join.
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