Anton Harber

 
Investigative reporter David Beresford saw the big picture
Investigative reporter David Beresford saw the big picture
OBITUARY: DAVID BERESFORD 1947-2016
[Video]Harber: The M&G is a troublemaker
[Video]Harber: The M&G is a troublemaker
M&G co-founder and former editor, Anton Harber, reflects on the challenges of starting the paper and the role it played in the country – then and now.
Gordimer: A leader quite prepared to grubby herself in struggle politics
Gordimer: A leader quite prepared to grubby herself in struggle politics
It started on a Thursday midday, when the organiser of the Weekly Mail Book Week put down the phone, walked across the newsroom and interrupted me...
Pearson holds sway over BDFM editors
Pearson holds sway over BDFM editors
Pearson Overseas Holdings, which no longer has any financial stake in the media company BDFM, retains the majority say over the hiring and firing...
Media: The yarn gets a shot in the arm
Media: The yarn gets a shot in the arm
But just as the internet reigned over the shrinkage of word counts in print as well as online, the backlash and the incessant march of technology has...
Six shortlisted for Paton award
Six shortlisted for Paton award
The shortlist for the Sunday Times Alan Paton Award was announced on Saturday evening at the Franschhoek Literary Festival, the Books Live website...
Struggling Cape Argus looks for a gap
Struggling Cape Argus looks for a gap
Changes are afoot at Independent Newspapers and there are plans for a possible relaunch of one of its flagship daily newspapers, the Cape...
Whose story is it anyway?
Whose story is it anyway?
Diepsloot by Anton Harber (Jonathan Ball)
Open season on the media
Open season on the media
The biggest onslaught by the government on the media since the advent of democracy is coming fast and furious and from three corners: its new...
Diepsloot: The book
Diepsloot: The book
Just off the R511 in the north of Johannesburg, a short distance from the plush suburbs of northern Fourways, lies Diepsloot, a sprawling mass of...
'The worst crime in journalism is dullness'
'The worst crime in journalism is dullness'
Anton Harber, co-founder and editor of The Weekly Mail, now the Mail & Guardian, answers 10 questions as the M&G celebrates...
This marks the end of the black struggle
This marks the end of the black struggle
The recent ruling by the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) on the complaint lodged by Talk Radio 702's Katy Katopodis against the Forum...

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