The spirit of a newspaper is to encourage debate, even around the most difficult and thorny of topics.
The Mail & Guardian is one of only two papers showing some growth and, in our case, it’s a fair jump upwards.
The Nkandla saga so far, from when the M&G broke the story in 2009 to the ConCourt's ruling that President Zuma failed to uphold the Constitution.
The Mail & Guardian Online is hiring and we're looking for an Online Day Editor.
The Mail & Guardian and Zapiro join PEN International in condemning in political axing of cartoonist Godfrey Mwampembwa (known as Gado).
The FW de Klerk Foundation responds to the Mail & Guardian's apology over a story published in the paper, regarding FW de Klerk.
The Democratic Alliance responds to the Mail & Guardian's apology over a story published in the paper, regarding its leader, Mmusi Maimane.
From our cabinet report cards to an indepth look at 2015: the year-end M&G is a must buy and available online, on your tablet and in stores.
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The Mail & Guardian is proud to announce Verashni Pillay as its new editor-in-chief.
We tell the stories of how we began and recount our achievements but sometimes we fall short of that legacy. Who are we and where do we want to go?
No paper, the writer argues, has kept the ruling party on its toes as the M&G has done.
News desks are controlled by male patriarchy, sending the productive engagement female writers want to inspire, into a closet to die.
Readers write in about language, Fifa, al-Bashir and the paper itself.
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.
The M&G's clarity of purpose and voice positions it better for success than some of its larger rivals. But it is not enough to be well positioned.
Three editors look back on the Mail & Guardian's history – and forward to its future – as the paper celebrates its 30th birthday this month.
Governments and big business might be good, or bad - they require the same amount of oversight and investigation by media and civil society.