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    Why we bugged Staal
    Why we bugged Staal
    Former CCB agent "Staal" Burger won a court order this week preventing The Weekly Mail from publishing details of his activities, after...
    Commonwealth chief jets in unexpectedly
    Commonwealth chief jets in unexpectedly
    The frenzied round of negotiations between South African politicians and potential international mediators reached a new pitch last night when...
    Secret Koevoet base linked to Boipatong
    Secret Koevoet base linked to Boipatong
    The Goldstone Commission this week uncovered a covert Koevoet unit at a Gold Fields mine hostel in the eastern Transvaal after being tipped off...
    Now the Cape erupts
    Now the Cape erupts
    Running battles between police and residents resulted in at least five deaths and scores of injuries when violence erupted in Cape Town 's biggest...
    Youth wing attacks PAC policy
    Youth wing attacks PAC policy
    The youth wing of the Pan Africanist Congress has set itself on a collision course with the PAC leadership - publicly rejecting the national...
    Wednesday's Daily Mail day
    Wednesday's Daily Mail day
    There is also a bonus for Weekly Mail readers in the rest of the country: they will receive an expanded national newspaper every Friday,...
    FW sets a tough poser for the ANC
    FW sets a tough poser for the ANC
    President FW de Klerk grabbed the initiative in the pre-negotiation process last night when he lifted the State of Emergency outside war-torn Natal...
    Announcing a new Daily Mail
    Announcing a new Daily Mail
    The Dally Mail will be an Independent morning newspaper for the Transvaal, designed to reflect the excitement of a changing South Africa...
    'How foolish we all were … not to do this ages ago'
    'How foolish we all were … not to do this ages ago'
    Only minutes after taking their seats at the negotiating table both sides at this weeks historic talks in Cape Town realised "how foolish we'd all...
    The man who watched Webster
    The man who watched Webster
    Johannesburg security department spy Tony Naude was paid to cultivate the friendship of David Webster and was his jogging partner until shortly...
    Far right warns of a new 'Boer War'
    Far right warns of a new 'Boer War'
    The rightwing counter-revolution has begun. This is the view being expressed by the white far-right in the wake of this week's raid on an Air Force...
    Shades of '84 as township anger rages
    Shades of '84 as township anger rages
    A wave of unprecedented violence and protest swept the country this week on a bigger scale than in the 1984-86 period as township groups fought...