M&G 10th Birthday June 1995

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Now for the next 10 years
Now for the next 10 years
The Mail & Guardian has an unusually rich history and tradition for a 10-year old.
The purging of Thomas Equinus
The purging of Thomas Equinus
Thomas Equinus was for many years the readers' favourite anachronism, a horse-racing column for people who knew nothing about horse racing.
Vlok falls from political grace
Vlok falls from political grace
Within a fortnight, Vlok had been removed from the Law and Order Ministry and given a less sensitive portfolio.
Inkathagate: How Buthelezi's cover was blown
Inkathagate: How Buthelezi's cover was blown
A disillusioned policeman blew the whistle on police funding of Inkatha to Guardian correspondent David Beresford.
Fear and loathing behind the lines
Fear and loathing behind the lines
Philippa Garson describes a typical working day in Alexandra's 'Beruit' in April 1992.
Ten Years of Front Pages
Ten Years of Front Pages
10th birthday: Ten Years of Front Pages.
Death by a thousand pinpricks
Death by a thousand pinpricks
The government shut down The Weekly Mail for a month in November 1988.
Never mind reality -- just to it
Never mind reality -- just to it
Former Weekly Mail co-editor Irwin Manoim recalls the youthful enthusiasm and naiveté which got the newspaper off the ground.

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