Weekly Mail Reporters

Day of the gallows

On Wednesday, Anton Koen and James Henry Cohen, both convicted of common law murder, were taken to the gallows.

Why we bugged Staal

'Staal' Burger has certainly earned his nickname over the years.

Commonwealth chief jets in unexpectedly

Last night's urgent visit by the Commonwealth's secretary general underlines the organisation's role as primary peace-broker in the SA conflict.

Now the Cape erupts

Five dead, scores hurt in running battles with police.

Wednesday’s Daily Mail day

Wednesday is the day. Transvalers will wake up to a new, independent morning newspaper: The Daily Mail.

Youth wing attacks PAC policy

The youth wing of the Pan Africanist Congress has set itself on a collision course with the PAC leadership ..

FW sets a tough poser for the ANC

By moving far - but not as far as expected – FW lands the ANC with a hard choice.

Announcing a new Daily Mail

The Weekly Mail today announces the launch of its new morning newspaper, the Daily Mail, due on the streets on June 20.

‘How foolish we all were … not to do this ages ago’

Hopes high as both sides reakise ... 'This discussion should have happened years ago'

The man who watched Webster

Council spy Tony Naude befriended slain activist David Webster and was his jogging partner until shortly before he was gunned down.

Far right warns of a new ‘Boer War’

'The war of Boere liberation is in progress ... it's just a matter of when the war of weapons is declared'

We’ll tell all, say warders

Striking prisons men threaten to reveal truth about jail conditions.

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