- Keeping the dream alive
When past editor Mondli Makhanya left the Mail & Guardian, he left behind these thoughts.
- A 21st-century M&G
In going forward, the M&G must look backward, writes editor Ferial Haffajee.
- Print is dead. The digital revolution continues
Weekly Mail staff were charting new waters when they created the first electronically produced newspaper.
- Earth issue
The M&G's "green team" has taken on environmental issues with the same vigour as the paper tackles human-rights abuses, writes Fiona Macleod.
- Forging the media's new guard
Weekly Mail recruits were poverty stricken, persecuted and despised, writes Anton Harber, but those who stayed afloat are now shaping the news.
- 'We won't advertise in your commie rag'
Former Weekly Mail advertising executive Marilyn Honikman recalls flogging ad space in the early days of the newspaper.
- A celebration of 20 exceptional years in journalism
On June 14 1985, just six weeks after the death of the Rand Daily Mail, the first edition of the Weekly Mail rolled off the presses.
- Never just a newzzzpaper
Former editor Howard Barrell reflects on a time of sometimes painful transition at the M&G.
- 'I remember them when ...'
"Interns came from all walks of life, with their own histories, bringing different life experiences to the courses, holding conflicting ideologies."
- Anger in their ink
The Weekly Mail was the first home of the country's best cartoonists, writes Julia Beffon.