Weekly Mail Reporter

Secret Koevoet base linked to Boipatong

Goldstone swoops on disused mine hostel ...

Weekly Mail starts Cape Edition

Cape readers will now receive a special edition of the Weekly Mail.

Protest at clamps on ANC funeral

The family would apply to hold the funeral on Sunday or on a day next week.

A long way from home. A small step closer to hope

You have travelled far and suffered much pursuing freedom for your country ... Frederik van Slabbert yesterday

Women land two major SACC posts

Dr Manas Buthelezi of the Evangelical Lutheran Church was last night re-elected president of the SA Council of Churches.

Afrikaans leaders to see ANC

The conference will be hosted by the Institute for a Democratic Alternative in South Africa (Idasa).

Dispute over court president’s ‘bias’

Advocate Martin Brassey noted the seminar was also addressed by Sarmcol's legal team.

On the big army day, the churches debate violence

The system started operating in 1979, the year after PW Botha became prime minister.

It’s agreed: Blue Velvet’s artistic

At an unusual Publications Appeal Board review of David Lynch's Blue Velvet in Pretoria yesterday an uncommon situation arose:

Weekly Mail in challenge to regulations

The first major legal challenge to the new Emergency regulations is being launched today by the Weekly Mail and two other applicants.

Pretoria shares US platform with ANC

Consul officials, ANC, Inkatha at sanctions conference

A cruel glimpse of freedom …

A cruel few seconds of freedom -- that's what the end of the first year of the Emergency meant to about 3 000 detainees.

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