The spirit of a newspaper is to encourage debate, even around the most difficult and thorny of topics.
Colonial tropes still haunt our racially divided society, writes Sean O'Toole.
The political cartoonist acknowledges he erred in drawing Shaun Abrahams as a monkey and has to 'take stock of heightened sensitivities around race'.
The Mail & Guardian and Zapiro join PEN International in condemning in political axing of cartoonist Godfrey Mwampembwa (known as Gado).
Cartoonist Zapiro, who has just released his 20th annual collection, talks about making caricatures and how famous faces can mutate
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