New Frame is a not-for-profit, social justice media publication.

We are dedicated to a pro-poor, pro-working class focus that aims to report faithfully and informatively about the lives and struggles of working class people, the marginalised and the unemployed, shack dwellers and migrants.

We aim to produce well-written and well-illustrated journalism that is accessible and jargon free. We are committed to careful and factually accurate reporting, and to working with people of integrity. We do not publish people with a record of public dishonesty or use them as experts or commentators. We are chasing quality, not clicks.

New Frame is editorially independent and all editorial decisions are made by the editors in conjunction with our reporters and photographers.

We have a network of freelance writers and photographers as well as a core team. That core team is made up of the people pictured here.

If you want to republish our content, please read our guidelines.

Should you have good grounds to think that there has been a factual error in any of our articles, please contact us.

New Frame subscribes to the Code of Ethics and Conduct for South African Print and Online Media that prescribes news that is truthful, accurate, fair and balanced. If we don’t live up to the Code, within 20 days of the date of publication of the material, please contact the Public Advocate at 011 484 3612, fax: 011 4843619. You can also contact our Case Officer on khanyim@ombudsman.org.za or lodge a complaint on our website: www.presscouncil.org.za