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For whom the Bell tolls

The cautionary tale of Bell Pottinger reminds us of the role of journalism in a democracy and why we owe it to ourselves to be more responsible about the media we consume

SA not immune to the global state of untruth

Falsehoods spread through media and politicians serve to polarise, destabilise and depoliticise

ANC factions rely on silence from the poor

Our history has shown that the exercise of democratic reason can shake power from below

The Bell Pottinger-linked ‘charity’ advised by ANC bigwigs

The Brazzaville Foundation, which has been accused of laundering the reputation of one of Africa’s most corrupt presidents

Politicians, media must make peace

Voters need to be well-informed and some arrangement must be made to end to the lies and misinformation

The civil society resistance to state capture

'The shift to tyranny in SA has been accompanied by political arguments about the nature of South Africa’s transition from apartheid to democracy'

Editorial: Stop the digital dark arts

'In South Africa, we already have one example of how concerted civil society action can foil the digital dark arts'

The President’s Keepers: State capture, white vindication

What stood out at the Johannesburg launch of Jacques Pauw’s 'The President's Keepers' was how incredibly white the audience at the book launch was.

Collars and ties mask the real white monopoly capitalism

Only mass civil action will hound this rogues’ gallery of corporate crooks out of town

Private sector must also be censured when in the wrong – Jonas

​The denouncing of KPMG and Bell Pottinger by South African citizens is a good trend and bodes well for the country says Mcebisi Jonas.

As Bell Pottinger breathes its last, Gupta propaganda stays

"Beyond its reputation problems, finding a new owner or funder will be considerably complicated"

Bell Pottinger did not invent SA’s racialised poverty and inequality

The good news is that South Africans have chosen to go forwards – that choice is evident in the rejection of state capture from all quarters.

Save SA calls for ‘full disclosure’ on Bell Pottinger dealings with Duduzane, Guptas

Save SA also said they were "particularly offended" by Bell Pottinger's alleged work for the ANC Youth League and MK Military Veterans’ Association.

‘Potentially racially divisive’: Law firm releases Bell Pottinger SA campaign finding

The findings of a review by international law firm Herbert Smith Freehills were published on Monday afternoon.

Editorial: Putting ethics ahead of profits

The inclination to further entrench the reach of the private sector to plug the gaps left by the government will be our doom

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