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Beauregard Tromp

Beauregard Tromp

Beauregard Tromp is a multi-award winning journalist and Nieman Fellow at Harvard who has worked at major publications throughout South Africa. Beauregard spent six years as an Africa correspondent, narrating stories from nearly 40 countries. He is the author of Hani: A Life Too Short and most recently won the Vodacom Journalist of the Year Award and Sikuvile Award for his work on xenophobia. He is the deputy editor of the M&G.
Senior Equal Education manager dismissed following ‘jobs for sex’ scandal
Senior Equal Education manager dismissed following ‘jobs for sex’ scandal
The former head of national organising at Equal Education has been dismissed from the organisation following allegations of offering jobs for...
Limited seating for State v Zuma
Limited seating for State v Zuma
Preparations are well underway for the highly anticipated corruption trial of former president Jacob Zuma with the courts already planning for a...
Maimane is black and proud but says the DA is not black or white
Maimane is black and proud but says the DA is not black or white
In a rousing speech in Tshwane, Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane tackled allegations of racism and apartheid-style thinking that...
DA sets it sights on Gauteng and Northern Cape in 2019
DA sets it sights on Gauteng and Northern Cape in 2019
Addressing the Democratic Alliance’s 2018 Congress on Saturday, Mmusi Maimane indicated the party’s campaign for next year’s general...
From sand to sky: Divine thread links the San with nature
From sand to sky: Divine thread links the San with nature
Here in the Kalahari, where the stars shine more brightly and the dunes still cast shadows long after the searing sun has melted into the horizon,...
28 media companies in the dock for cartel conduct
28 media companies in the dock for cartel conduct
The Competition Commission has referred 28 media companies, including the Mail and Guardian, to the Competition Tribunal for prosecution...
A comrade rises – before the fall
A comrade rises – before the fall
There was a time long ago, and not so long ago, when Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma represented the potential the liberation of an oppressed people...
Time’s up: Jacob Zuma has resigned
Time’s up: Jacob Zuma has resigned
In an address to the nation late on Wednesday evening, President Jacob Zuma announced his resignation.
Move over Mmusi – national government’s taking over
Move over Mmusi – national government’s taking over
Minister of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) Des van Rooyen has just announced that the management of the drought currently...
Mugabe's final offer: 'I'll trade Grace for power'
Mugabe's final offer: 'I'll trade Grace for power'
Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe offered to send his wife into exile in a foreign country in order to retain power. It eventually took an...
Finally, the people are free to farm and fish at ‘Gracelands’
Finally, the people are free to farm and fish at ‘Gracelands’
Today the sky seems to be tearing at itself as the rumbles and barks threaten rain above Mazowe, 40km north of Harare.