Alide Dasnois

‘Gastarbeiter, demonise the witch!’ cried the Doc

"We just keep demonising her. Look how well it worked for JZ in his rape trial - that woman’s never been seen again. Demonise! Demonise!"

Cape Times editor charged with ‘unacceptable behaviour’

A decision to alter a news photograph to remove the logo of a Cape Times advertiser allegedly led to the blowout.

Independent Newspapers dismisses former Cape Times editor

After being fired as Cape Times editor, Alide Dasnois has now been dismissed from Independent Newspapers, says the Open Democracy Advice Centre.

Dasnois axing resurrects Rasool ‘brown envelope scandal’

Personalities linked to the media bribery scandal involving Ebrahim Rasool have resurfaced in a campaign to support Iqbal Survé.

Cape Times row elicits Dasnois response

Former editor of the Cape Times Alide Dasnois has spoken out following a public spat between the ANC's Trevor Manuel and Songezo Mjongile.

Why did Chris Whitfield jump ship?

Senior editor Chris Whitfield's exit has been blamed on editorial interference by new Independent Newspapers masters under Iqbal Survé.

Independent’s Chris Whitfield takes early retirement

Independent Newspaper's group executive Chris Whitfield has confirmed his early retirement but would not give further details yet.

ANC heavyweights Manuel, Mjongile clash over Dasnois dismissal

The ANC's Songezo Mjongile and Trevor Manuel have taken to newspapers to air their opposing views on the dismissal of Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois.

Transformation movement gate-crashes R2K Dasnois protest

A transformation group interrupted an R2K protest against the axing of Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois, calling for an end to racism in media houses.

Falling circulation a sign of the Times, so why did Survé single out Dasnois?

The Cape Times's falling circulation is said to have prompted the sacking of editor Alide Dasnois, but her replacement has a far worse record.

No journalist should fear writing about Sekunjalo, says Survé

Independent head Iqbal Survé has assured staff of their journalistic freedom, despite rumours that he axed Alide Dasnois over an editorial decision.

Former Cape Times editor Dasnois considering legal action

Former Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois says she may take legal action following her dismissal from the newspaper.

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