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Elvira Van Noort

Elvira Van Noort

    '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...
    Armstrong on his bike for charity
    Armstrong on his bike for charity
    "My days of racing are done," stressed seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong (34) during a press conference in Johannesburg on Wednesday. "However, I would love to do the Argus Cycle Tour once. Is Cape Town flat?"...
    The year of Zuma and Oilgate -- or was it?
    The year of Zuma and Oilgate -- or was it?
    Looking back at the Mail & Guardian Online's news stories of 2005, it was a year filled with high-profile events such as Oilgate and the...
    Will citizen journalism shake up SA media?
    Will citizen journalism shake up SA media?
    "Today I might be reporting about a crime that happened across the street, and tomorrow about a car accident. I'll report about everything that is...
    Al-Jazeera takes a new look at Africa
    Al-Jazeera takes a new look at Africa
    Kalay Maistry (33) is the newly appointed Southern Africa correspondent for al-Jazeera International (AJI), the new 24-hour English-language news...
    Fewer December road deaths reported thus far
    Fewer December road deaths reported thus far
    Since the beginning of December, 560 people have been killed on South African roads -- mostly due to drunken driving, driver fatigue and speeding....
    Passengers 'on the run' after passport oversight
    Passengers 'on the run' after passport oversight
    About 200 people who flew to Johannesburg International airport from Lagos, Nigeria, entered South Africa on Thursday morning without having their...
    Minister to discuss elephant culling with scientists
    Minister to discuss elephant culling with scientists
    Local and international scientists have been invited to another round table with Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism Marthinus van...
    Plight of the world's 'invisible' children
    Plight of the world's 'invisible' children
    She struggles to hold back the flood of tears that threatens to ruin her neatly pressed coveralls. Soon the floodgates open as she recounts the...
    The tough job of being Proudly South African
    The tough job of being Proudly South African
    Manana Moroka took up the position of Proudly South African CEO on November 1 this year. The Mail & Guardian Online asks her why Proudly SA...
    Cull Kruger's elephants, say wildlife groups
    Cull Kruger's elephants, say wildlife groups
    Seven major conservation and wildlife NGOs in South Africa say culling elephants in the Kruger National Park must be considered.
    'Content is starting to eat itself'
    'Content is starting to eat itself'
    Arthur Goldstuck's new book, The Hitchhiker's Guide to Going Wireless, delves into wireless communication in South Africa. As the head of...