25 years of the Mail & Guardian

 
Cartooning no fun for Kentridge
Cartooning no fun for Kentridge
Depending how you frame it, the portrait of artist William Kentridge as a young man is not very flattering, his diverse forays into acting, movie...
At the very beginning ...
At the very beginning ...
The announcement was made in mid-March 1985: the Rand Daily Mail was to be closed down on 30 April.
25 years of the Mail -- in brief
25 years of the Mail -- in brief
1985: The Weekly Mail is founded by a group of journalists retrenched from the closed-down Rand Daily...
Twenty five years of the best in investigative journalism
Twenty five years of the best in investigative journalism
On the front page of its...
'Politics chose us'
'Politics chose us'
Firoz Cachalia seemed almost surprised when shown the cover of The Weekly Mail from August 16 1985."Solar plexus. I still remember that,"...
I was a Weekly Mail mole
I was a Weekly Mail mole
In 1985, I became a political refugee in Britain, and spent the first six months of my exile life in the London underground.
Enjoy these flashbacks
Enjoy these flashbacks
Putting together 25 Years of the Mail & Guardian gave me many a nostalgic moment -- if nostalgia can include the memory of times one...
Prizes galore
Prizes galore
Over its 25-year history, the M&G and its staff and contributors have won many, many awards. They include: The International Press Directory awarded the M&G the prize for Best International Newspaper in 1995....

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