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Court orders EFF to apologise for Gqubule and Harber ‘StratCom’ claim

The Johannesburg high court says the EFF had brought no evidence to back up the allegation

Controversy overshadows annual State of the Newsroom report

Journalists overwhelmed, underpaid, abused and not supported says newsroom report

Sunday Times stripped of journalism award for Cato Manor ‘death squad’ reporting

In 2011, the paper ran a front page story titled "Shoot to Kill" which was authored by Stephan Hoffstatter, Mzilikazi wa Africa and Rob Rose

Journalist gives EFF one week to prove apartheid spy claims, or pay up

Thandeka Gqubule says she has obtained declassified documents proving that Stratcom was spying on her

Weekly Mail drew a line on censorship

​In the 1980s, the apartheid state imposed successive states of emergency, including censorship of the media

Editorial: It is time that we listen and learn

We find ourselves in a vitriolic debate about our history —who did what, why did they do it, who can be trusted and who sold out

Thandeka Gqubule hits back at Stratcom allegations

The journalist has come out guns blazing to clear her name following the recent uproar over her alleged involvement in an apartheid covert operation

Investigative reporter David Beresford saw the big picture

David Beresford was known and admired by his peers for his dedication to the craft of journalism, writes seasoned journalist Anton Harber.

Gordimer: A leader quite prepared to grubby herself in struggle politics

It was 1988, Salman Rushdie had been 'disinvited' from the Weekly Mail Book Week and SA literature ­giants were at loggerheads, recalls Anton Harber.

Pearson holds sway over BDFM editors

Pearson Overseas Holdings has retained the majority say over the hiring and firing of editors at key financial publications

Media: The yarn gets a shot in the arm

The receding dominance of print and the pre-eminence of the internet had every writer and reader thinking articles would be reduced to 140 letters.

Six shortlisted for Paton award

Six titles, including Mandy Wiener's Killing Kebble, have been shortlisted for this year's Sunday Times Alan Paton Award.

Struggling Cape Argus looks for a gap

Plans afoot to revitalise the historic publication.

Whose story is it anyway?

<i>Diepsloot</i> could open much-needed discussion on whites writing about the black condition.

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Combatting wildlife crime in Southern Africa activity annual programme statement (APS) No. 04

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In conversation with SA Reserve Bank Governer, Lesetja Kganyago

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