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Anton Harber

Anton Harber

    How investigative journalists helped turn the tide against corruption in SA
    How investigative journalists helped turn the tide against corruption in SA
    Every year South African investigative journalists are recognised for their hard work when the winners of the Taco Kuiper Award for Investigative Journalism are announced. This year has provided a...
    Campaigning journalist was a  ‘mensch’
    Campaigning journalist was a  ‘mensch’
    The life of and work of Eddie Koch, who died last week aged 63, is a reminder of what journalism can be.
    Two books that tell the unsettling tale of South Africa’s descent
    Two books that tell the unsettling tale of South Africa’s descent
    South Africa has produced two must-read thrillers in the past week. They are non-fiction, yet are as gripping and readable as any page-turner.
    Investigative reporter David Beresford saw the big picture
    Investigative reporter David Beresford saw the big picture
    OBITUARY: DAVID BERESFORD 1947-2016
    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...
    Honour outs revolutionary newsman
    Honour outs revolutionary newsman
    Irwin Manoim was the invisible editor. He was – and remains – a man of few words. He kept a low profile. Few people knew about him. But...
    Naspers: Going for a global empire
    Naspers: Going for a global empire
    Koos Bekker is now among South Africa's richest people. He is also one of the world's best-rewarded executives, his share options netting him...
    The slithery business of pinning down the PAC
    The slithery business of pinning down the PAC
    The sign on the door says "Street Collections" and bears a city council insignia. Behind it is the sparse temporary office of the Pan...
    Sorry, De Klerk, the UDF beat you to it
    Sorry, De Klerk, the UDF beat you to it
    De Klerk, in a bid to avoid the embarrassing uncertainty of not knowing whether President George Bush will see him in Washington, has turned down...
    What UDF group will tell Bush: Increase the pressure
    What UDF group will tell Bush: Increase the pressure
    A member of the five-person delegation, UDF Treasurer Azhar Cachalia, said yesterday they will tell Bush It is their view that the South African...