Chris Roper is the editor-in-chief of the Mail & Guardian. He is the first editor-in-chief of a major South African newspaper to come from a digital background, and he works agnostically across several media platforms. He was founding portal manager of Vodacom World Online, portal manager for MWeb, South Africa’s largest ISP, editor-in-Chief at 24.com – South Africa’s largest online publisher – and editor of the Mail & Guardian online. Follow him on Twitter @chrisroper
Spacious Braamfontein jazz club The Orbit gets the mix just right in a number of crucial areas.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng's call for religion to influence the laws that govern the country could lead to the oppression of other religions.
In the game of food, you win when you dine on 21 courses at the best restaurant in the world.
Minister Lindiwe Sisulu takes on Ronnie Kasrils and allows us insight into the truth of what it means to be an ANC politician, writes Chris Roper.
Damon Galgut's dazzling historical fiction is also a set of modern morality tales informing the present.
Outa's press release paints its opposition to paying tolls as a mighty crusade. But there are much more important battles to fight.
Chris Roper reflects on the end of traditional media and why we are the tabloid nation now.
Chris Roper examines the myths and lies created by former president Nelson Mandela.
Four years ago Chris Roper and Mandy Rossouw stumbled upon the start of what would become Zuma's Nkandla home. Chris looks back.
Chris Roper explains why it is still very necessary, even in an age with the powers of HTML, to attribute ideas correctly and sufficiently.